LYMAN, S.C. and GREENVILLE, S.C., Jan. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- DSI Renal, a leading provider of dialysis services for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure, today announced the opening of its new DSI Lyman Dialysis clinic in Lyman, South Carolina. The clinic will host an open house on Tuesday, January 22, from 5 pm to 8 pm ET for patients, physicians, media and other visitors interested in seeing the state-of-the-art new facility. The open house event will include a ribbon cutting ceremony with Lyman Mayor Rodney D. Turner at 6:30 pm ET. "We are so pleased to open the doors of this impressive new facility in Lyman, which will help meet increased demand for dialysis services in this rapidly expanding area," said Dr. Mark Purcell, Medical Director at DSI Lyman Dialysis and a physician with Carolina Nephrology, the largest nephrology group in the Upstate. "It is extremely gratifying to offer a more convenient location for dialysis patients in Lyman, which translates into less traveling to access frequent and necessary dialysis treatments and a less disrupted lifestyle." DSI Lyman Dialysis offers patient amenities including heated massage chairs, individual station flat-screen TVs, internet access, flexible scheduling and plenty of free, private parking. The facility will also soon be offering peritoneal dialysis training for in-home treatment and maximum patient convenience. Located at 208 Holly Springs Road, the clinic is conveniently accessed from I-29. "DSI is excited about our continued relationship with Carolina Nephrology and Dr. Purcell," said Craig Goguen, President and Chief Executive Officer of DSI Renal. "We are proud to offer a new treatment location for those in the Lyman, Greenville and Spartanburg areas and expect this exceptional facility to quickly become a first choice for many dialysis patients." Existing and prospective patients, physicians, media and the public are welcome and encouraged to attend the DSI Lyman Dialysis open house and ribbon cutting with Mayor Turner on January 22. Refreshments will be served and no RSVP is necessary.