WICHITA NEPHROLOGY GROUP SERVICES

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

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Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment and Care

Individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) have reduced function of their kidneys or kidneys that have completely stopped working. If your primary care physician feels you have symptoms of CKD or you have been diagnosed with CKD, you are likely experiencing edema, high blood pressure, fatigue and your bones may even be damaged.

  • How We Can Help

    The Wichita Nephrology Group medical team offers a comprehensive program for patients with all stages of CKD.

    Our goals:

    • Delaying progression to ease the burden of End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).
    • Reducing the morbidity rate of CKD patients through intensive cardiovascular risk management.
    • Optimizing the transition to renal replacement therapy, such as dialysis or kidney transplant.
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    What You Should Do

    If you do not already have an appointment with the Wichita Nephrology Group, your primary care physician will need to call and schedule your first appointment. Once you have an appointment in place, you may review the Your Visit page to find out what you can do to prepare for the visit and to determine what you should bring.

    Find Out What To Expect

Better Your Health Through Education

At Wichita Nephrology Group, we care about each one of our patients. Our goal is to better your health through education, medical assistance (if necessary) and a change in lifestyle.

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Wichita Nephrology Group Patients

New patients are typically referred to the Wichita Nephrology Group by their primary care physician. If you are an existing patient or have questions, you may contact us directly at (316) 263-5891 or 1-800-234-4565.