The saying, “Do what you love and the money will follow,” is true for many people, including Angelo Capozzoli, RD, CSR, LD, the founder of Renal Reserve.

Angelo Capozzoli, RD, CSR, LD, has been working as a registered dietitian, with a specialty in renal nutrition, since 1996. The CSR stands for Certified Specialist in Renal nutrition, and it is a designation from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

In his early career, Angelo worked as a staff dietitian at some of the most renown dialysis clinics in Georgia. As his reputation for excellence grew, Angelo began getting requests to work at clinics on his days off. As Angelo became busier, he had less time to fill in and began to turn down work. Since patient care was always his first priority, he felt bad and remarked, “I wish I could clone myself!” This led him to the establishment of a home-based, per diem dialysis staffing business in 2001.

From the beginning, Renal Reserve was different.

Our founder is a dialysis professional who is still active in the field.
Our nurses must have at least two-years of experience.
We are, and have always been, committed to excellent patient care.

By 2005, the business had grown so much that Angelo was spending more time running it than seeing patients. So his wife, Audrey Capozzoli, left her job as an accountant and began working at Renal Reserve full-time to help Angelo grow the business.

In 2007, the business moved into office space and began to skyrocket. Several full-time employees were hired and things were rocking!

In 2009, Renal Reserve received Joint Commission certification, representing our commitment to providing safe and quality healthcare.

In 2011, Renal Reserve made a paradigm shift to a national dialysis agency, staffing large and regional dialysis companies throughout the United States.

Today, Renal Reserve’s core values remain the same as they were when Angelo started the company: excellent patient care, honor, integrity and service to its clients. Unlike other companies, Renal Reserve employees and clients can always speak to an administrative staff member—not an answering service—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.