Eliza Bryant Village

City of Cleveland Councilman T.J. Dow (Ward 7) and Chief of Public Affairs Natoya Walker Minor were joined by members from the Eliza Bryant Village for a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the new Eliza Bryant Village Center for Dialysis Care on Wade Park Avenue in Cleveland.

The Center for Dialysis Care opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Dialysis Center to meet a growing need for renal care in Cleveland. According to the National Kidney Foundation, African Americans disproportionately suffer from End Stage Renal Disease. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure. The partnership with the Centers for Dialysis Care will provide seniors who live on the 17-acre Eliza Bryant Village campus or in the surrounding communities with easy access to quality care and patient focused dialysis treatment.

Eliza Bryant Village offers other valuable programs and services to Cleveland’s seniors, such as the Adult Day Program, Senior Housing, Skilled Nursing Care and The Rehab Center. Eliza Bryant Village serves more than 1,200 seniors each year. 

William C. Rieter