Kidney Community Invited to Submit Stories & Photos
The ESRD National Coordinating Center is pleased to announce it is expanding its #TogetherWeCan national campaign. Whether your treatment is dialysis or you’ve had a transplant, we want to hear about how you enjoy life. Tell us your story and be part of a video highlighting the success stories of people affected by kidney disease.
Entry is open to dialysis patients, transplant recipients, care partners, and renal professionals. The entry form is available for download by clicking here. To submit your story:
- Complete the entry form, and tell us in 100 words or less how you live well with dialysis or a kidney transplant, or how you are helping others affected by kidney disease.
- Sign the release form.
- Fax your entry to 813-354-1514 OR mail to ESRD NCC, Attention Marketing, 1979 Marcus Ave., Suite 105, Lake Success, NY 11042
- All entries must be received or postmarked by Friday, October 16, 2015.
If your entry is selected to be part of the video you will be contacted by the ESRD National Coordinating Center and asked to submit photos. Accepted submissions will be used to create a video that will be shared on our website and social media.
We encourage you to share this campaign with others in the kidney community. Click here to download the #TogetherWeCan Live Well flyer. Your participation may inspire others by showing how, together, the kidney community can live well. Send your entry today!
The End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) National Coordinating Center (NCC) provides support and coordination at the national level for the Medicare ESRD Network Program, under contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS.) For more information, please contact the ESRD NCC at 813-865-3535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This publication was developed under Contract Number HHSM-500-2013-NW002C, titled “End Stage Renal Disease National Coordinating Center (ESRD NCC)”, sponsored by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Department of Health and Human Services. The contents presented do not necessarily reflect CMS policy.