After a $1.1 million renovation, the Trotwood dialysis center opened in a former Bob Evans.
The Dayton center opened in a former Family Dollar, which was also a $1.1 million renovation, according to a building permit.
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The Trotwood location will treat about 48 patients and the Dayton location will serve nearly 100 patients, according to a company spokesman.
These centers join about 16 other DaVita locations in the area taking patients with chronic kidney failure.
As of June, DaVita operated or provided administrative services at 2,445 outpatient dialysis centers in the U.S. for about 194,600 patients.
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