Diaverum donates to the Cathedral of Notre Dame

We at Diaverum France was shocked and moved by the serious fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris last week. 

Notre Dame is first and foremost a place of worship, both in the past and in the present, but also a unique monument of medieval and gothic architecture, which serves as a “timeline” of our rich and shared history.

For 850 years Notre Dame has gone through our tormented history and has become a place by humanity and for humanity, open to all, and it is also the most visited monument in Europe.

Diaverum, who has 18 dialysis clinics in France with two of them being situated in the city of Paris, would like to participate in the reconstruction of Notre Dame by donating 15,000 euros from Diaverum France to the ‘Fondation de France’ – a network in France to carry out educational, scientific, social or cultural donation initiatives (www.fondationdefrance.org).

Press contact France:    Charles-Alexandre Thevenin +33 688443064




Patrik Syrén

Head of PR and Communication, Diaverum AB

E-mail: patrik.syren@diaverum.com

Phone: +46 730 74 66 30

About Diaverum globally

Diaverum is Europe’s largest product-independent renal care service providers and one of the world leaders in the field. The company has 25 years experience in the area of dialysis. The high focus on medical quality, care management and the treatment of kidney disease, as well as its individual patient care focus, makes Diaverum unique. Today, 11,000 employees care for more than 34,000 patients in 19 countries in Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe. Diaverum has its roots in Sweden. For further information please visit our website: www.diaverum.com

About Us

Diaverum provides life enhancing renal care to patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), enabling them to live fulfilling lives. Diaverum is a leading global provider in renal care services and the largest independent provider in Europe, and we help some 39,000 patients with over 6 million treatments annually. Our focus is haemodialysis, but we offer a portfolio of treatments ranging from preventive care, peritoneal dialysis and home care to coordination of patients’ comorbidities and transplantation services. CKD is a global and escalating challenge today affecting about 10% of the world’s adult population. It’s primarily caused by lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, and the prevalence is increasing in particular in developing countries. CKD disproportionately affects low income individuals and we ensure that our clinics are a safe and familiar space where all our patients are made to feel welcome. Diaverum’s vision is to transform renal care, to offer the highest quality of care and empower patients to live a fulfilling life. We work together with payers to reduce total cost of care while partnering with local communities to educate around health and the value of prevention. At the centre of what we do is our standardised, proprietary care delivery model, enabled by a continuously evolving digital infrastructure. We strive to ensure superior medical outcomes exceeding those demanded by national healthcare systems and we support patients by improving personalized care, ease of use and new services through technology. Diaverum employs around 12,000 employees and operates more than 450 clinics in 24 countries globally. Diaverum has its head office in Malmö, Sweden. http://www.diaverum.com/