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Kidney Transplant

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Nephrology Clinic:Helping Cincinnati to Cure Kidney Diseases and Hypertension

Staffed by experienced and compassionate kidney doctors

Nephrology Associates of Greater Cincinnati provides the expertise and services of a large group with the convenience and personal attention of a small clinic.

We know that the diagnosis of kidney disease is traumatic for both you and your family. Our nephrologists provide the personalized care to address both the physical and emotional aspects of the kidney disease. Patient satisfaction is our primary goal along with delivering high-quality and safe medical care to each and every patient.

We offer prompt appointments to preserve your kidney function and maximize your quality of life. Our nephrologists take pride in practicing the most up-to-date kidney care, while at the same time, partnering with patients to help them take control of their kidney health. Our physicians are committed to providing patients with the most advanced technology and diagnostic services to better meet their health care needs and provide the superb patient care. We walk an extra mile to stay up to date with technology; the clinic has made numerous changes and enhancements in kidney screening, diagnosis and treatment.

Our skilled office staff delivers the highest level of patient care with compassion and sensitivity. Our physicians take time to make a personalized treatment plan to match your personal and healthcare needs. We are here to listen, cure and support!

Nephrology Associates of Greater Cincinnati provide a wide range of services:

  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Acute Renal Failure
  • Hypertension
  • Kidney Stones
  • Transplantation
  • Anemia of Kidney Disease
  • Dialysis Management
  • End Stage Renal Disease
  • Fluid and Electrolytes