Nephrology UnitNephrology is a specialty of medicine that concerns itself with the study of kidney functions, and the treatment of kidney problems including renal replacement therapy (dialysis and kidney transplantation). The Nephrology Unit aims to provide comprehensive, high quality, multidisciplinary, compassionate care in a friendly and supportive environment for people with kidney diseases and other conditions that affect or arise from the kidneys.
Our ServicesThe Department provides a full range of renal treatments for patients with kidney disease. This includes clinics for patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), patients with a kidney transplant and patients nearing kidney failure, using our on-site haemodialysis unit. Kidney disease often coexists with other medical conditions such as heart disease, vascular disease and diabetes, and our team works closely with specialists from other disciplines to ensure that our patients receive the care that is appropriate to their individual health needs.
The treatment and specialist services we provide includes:1. Dialysis
- A dedicated outpatient facility and support for home and community dialysis
- Haemodialysis available in our hospital and people on holiday/visting can also access this service
- Advanced kidney disease
- Diabetes and renal disease