The Rogosin Institute is celebrating its 40th Anniversary as an independent, not-for-profit for treatment, research and prevention of kidney disease.
Rogosin 40th Anniversary Celebration Highlights
Over the past 40 years, Rogosin has been leading the way in providing new treatments and programs to improve the lives of patients with chronic kidney disease. Our healthcare team provides extraordinary care allowing people with chronic kidney disease to live their best lives possible.
To learn more about Rogosin’s historical timeline, click here.
Rogosin has been at the forefront of developing new home dialysis treatments and now has one of the largest home dialysis programs in the United States.
Our Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Center, created over 20 years ago, has been designated as a Center of Excellence by the PKD Foundation. Click here to read the press release. Research is ongoing to explore the genetic basis to find new treatments.
Rogosin was a pioneer in testing immunosuppressive drugs and developing new protocols for kidney transplantation that have been adopted across the country.
Current and future programs to advance kidney care:
Our regenerative kidney lab is working to find an abundant and reliable source of kidney tissues for patients with kidney failure who require transplantation – Read More
We are expanding our acclaimed PEAK (Program for Prevention and Education in Advanced Kidney Disease) program to provide comprehensive education and treatments to benefit patients in all neighborhoods – Read More
Our pioneering Behavioral Health Program will continue to address the emotional challenges that often come with chronic illness – Read More
How you can help support the 40th Anniversary Campaign:
- Send a special message to honor your health care team member(s). Click here to donate today.
- Host your own fundraising campaign through social media or an event. Contact the development office at (646) 317-0738 for details.
- Please share your story. Tell us how Rogosin has impacted you. Upload your video or photos here.