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 A legacy of excellence in patient care

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Congenital heart disease and other rare heart conditions

Welcome To Our Nephrology Department

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Better Treatment

The Division of Nephrology is dedicated to serving people with kidney disease. Faculty in the division practice and teach optimal care for patients with a broad spectrum of kidney diseases at all stages. In addition, faculty members are actively involved in high-quality research aimed at better treatment as well as prevention of kidney-related health issues.



Serves patients with all types of Glomerular disease. The Glomerular Disease Center sees patients during normal Nephrology Clinic hours.A post-transplant clinic meets two half-days weekly to follow patients after transplantation. There is also a third renal transplant clinic each week to evaluate patients with end-stage renal failure for transplantation.


Kidney Donars

Many doctors advise their patients to go for kidney transplant. Live donors could be siblings, other relatives and family members who are likely to have a better tissue match with that of the patient, hence, reducing the scope of rejection of the kidney by the body. In that case, while they remain on dialysis, they can be placed on a waiting list for a cadaver transplant.



Renal transplant or Kidney transplant, as it is commonly known, refers to the transfer of kidney from a healthy person to a patient whose kidneys have lost the capability of performing the essential process of filtration. There are two types of kidney transplantation: deceased-donor and living-donor, living-donor transplantation can be further sub categorized as related and non-related kidney transplants.