Centre de Dialyse Diaverum Mulhouse

Open today 07:00 - 18:00

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55, rue du Docteur Léon Mangeney
68100 Mulhouse,

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  • Haemodialysis
  • Refreshments

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Sophie PRATI

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Our experienced clinic team welcomes you to Diaverum Mulhouse. In our clinic we offer excellent medical service as well as a warm and friendly atmosphere to revitalize our patients both physically and emotionally.

Diaverum Mulhouse was inaugurated in 1998. The clinic was relocated in January 2014 from Rue François Spoerry to Rue du Docteur Léon Mangeney. Today, it features 40 dialysis reclining chairs. All stations are equipped with TV screens and free Wi-Fi. As an integral part of our services we offer a patient education program as well as support by a social assistant, dieticians and psychologists. Cultivating a family atmosphere we celebrate several events together in our clinic.

Visit Mulhouse

Mulhouse is the second largest city of the Alsace Region. Due to its location at the border to Germany and Switzerland it is the perfect starting point for many excursions but also offers many sighs in itself.

Mulhouse is a city with a great historical heritage. It was founded in 803 and belonged once to Germany, once to France. In the 19th century it was also a major industrial center. Today, many visitors come to Mulhouse due to its picturesque cityscape. It also offers a number of museums, including the largest automobile museum in the world. From Bugatti, Rolls-Royce, through to Mercedes - all brands can be found here. The museum is a tribute to the history of automobiles from the very beginnings until today.

Mulhouse is only one hour from Strasbourg, the location of the European Parliament. Not only because of this Strasbourg is worth visiting. Its famous cathedral, spectacular fountains and further museums attract thousands of tourists every year.

Treatment Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

07:00 01:00

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

07:00 18:00




Peritoneal dialysis




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Patients with HIV


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TV screens


Free WiFi


Free transfer


Free parking


Clinic Team

Sophie PRATI

Clinic manager


Head Nurse

Members of the Users' Committee


Member of the National Union of Family Associations and representative of users Owner of the establishment
Mrs Nicole SCHURHAMMER Member of the Association France Rein Alsace and representative of users Owner of the establishment
"I am a dialysis patient in the unit and …I would like to highly commend your staff (from head nurse to healthcare assistant) for their professionalism. I personally feel nothing but admiration for all the staff. I sincerely hope you will pass on my words to all those concerned and recognise what a great team you have…"

Useful Information

Bring what you need for your care and comfort.

Please do not cover your access with clothing or blankets during your treatment. It is important for us to be able to reach your dialysis access (fistula, graft or line) easily, so if you have a fistula in your arm, we suggest that you wear clothes with loose fitting sleeves.

We do recommend that you bring a mobile device or something to help pass the time. Dialysis can make you more susceptible to feeling cold, so you might want to wear warm clothes. Many people prefer to bring a small blanket to feel more comfortable.

Most patients pass the time during dialysis in activities such as reading, writing, sleeping, knitting, listening to music, watching TV or just chatting. All our dialysis centres have televisions, free Wi-Fi for use with a mobile device, and please ask the staff for details. Please bring headphones so that you do not disturb other patients.

It is as important for dialysis patients to take a holiday as it is for anyone else, and provided you give enough notice and are flexible enough, there is no reason why you should not be able to do this. Arrangements for you to have haemodialysis at another unit may be made within this country or abroad. Please talk to your Consultant or Nurse at least two months before you plan to travel and before making any plans. This is so we can make sure that you are fit enough to travel as well as to give us enough time to help you arrange your holiday dialysis. COVID-19 restrictions and the Foreign Office guidance apply.