Who is Diaverum


Who is Diaverum

Diaverum is a Swedish-born, multinational healthcare organisation that provides life-enhancing renal care to patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), empowering them to live fulfilling lives.  As a global leader and the largest independent renal service provider in Europe, we care for around 38,000 patients across 440 clinics in 23 countries globally.

Diaverum is a Swedish-born, multinational healthcare organisation that provides life-enhancing renal care to patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), empowering them to live fulfilling lives.  As a global leader and the largest independent renal service provider in Europe, we care for around 38,000 patients across 440 clinics in 23 countries globally.

Diaverum is a Swedish-born, multinational healthcare organisation that provides life-enhancing renal care to patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), empowering them to live fulfilling lives.  As a global leader and the largest independent renal service provider in Europe, we care for around 38,000 patients across 440 clinics in 23 countries globally.

Our focus is to provide renal care tailored to patients’ needs and choices, offering a portfolio of treatments ranging from preventive care, haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and home care, to coordination of patients’ comorbidities and holiday dialysis.

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 its prevalence is increasing, particularly in developing countries and among low income individuals. We ensure that our clinics are a safe and familiar space where all our patients are made to feel welcome.

Our vision is to transform the industry through patient-centric digital innovations, delivering and broadening access to the highest quality of care.

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 personalised care, ease of use and new services through technology.

Diaverum employs approximately 13,000 people and operates 440 clinics in 23 countries globally. Diaverum has its head office in Malmö, Sweden.

   

Our focus is to provide renal care tailored to patients’ needs and choices, offering a portfolio of treatments ranging from preventive care, haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and home care, to coordination of patients’ comorbidities and holiday dialysis.

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 its prevalence is increasing, particularly in developing countries and among low income individuals. We ensure that our clinics are a safe and familiar space where all our patients are made to feel welcome.

Our vision is to transform the industry through patient-centric digital innovations, delivering and broadening access to the highest quality of care.

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 personalised care, ease of use and new services through technology.

Diaverum employs approximately 13,000 people and operates 440 clinics in 23 countries globally. Diaverum has its head office in Malmö, Sweden.

 

Life-enhancing renal care

 

For body, mind and soul. With passion and inspiration.

Empowering patients, their friends and family. Because everyone deserves a fulfilling life

Diversity and Inclusion

At Diaverum, we value diversity. We are committed to equal opportunities and to creating an inclusive workplace environment for all our people. We welcome applicants regardless of ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, colour, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation, age or marital status.