Renal (Kidney) Medicine Services

Our clinical activities span the entire spectrum of kidney health and disease and include developmental and genetic abnormalities, acute kidney injury, acquired alterations of metabolic function, hypertension immunological/inflammatory processes, vascular access, chronic kidney disease and transplantation.

The Division has seven clinical services – transplantation (both inpatient and outpatient), ICU nephrology, interventional nephrology, cancer nephrology, dialysis (both inpatient and outpatient), inpatient consultative and general outpatient nephrology.

Services Provided

Conditions Treated

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Acid-base disorders

Acute kidney injury

Cancer-related kidney diseases (onco-nephrology)

Chronic kidney disease

Diabetes and kidney disease

Dialysis/End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)

Fabry's Disease

Fluid and electrolyte disorders

Genetic Nephrology

Geriatric Nephrology

Glomerular disease


IgA Nephropathy

Interventional Nephrology

Kidney disease in pregnancy

Kidney Palliative Care

Kidney stones

Lupus nephritis

Membranous glomerulonephritis

Minimal change disease

Peritoneal dialysis

Renal vascular disease


Transplant-Related Conditions:

Transplantation – kidney and pancreas

Chronic Rejection

Desensitization and antibody mediated rejection

Second opinions for complex transplant patients

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