Kidneys play an essential role in your body and kidney disease can significantly affect your life. Kidneys filter waste and water from blood and produce urine. They also play a major role in controlling blood pressure, red cell production and electrolyte balance.
A simple blood and a urine test will show signs of kidney disease. Kidney disease will affect other organ systems and systemic diseases like diabetes and hypertension can also cause kidney damage.
Our kidney specialist team closely coordinate with your general practitioner to bring the best care to look after you and your kidney disease with careful investigations, diagnosis and treatment. We also look after patients who require dialysis and transplant work up.
If you are concerned about your kidney health please seek advice from your GP. If a nephrology review and support is required our team at MMS will promptly organise one following a referral form your GP.
- General nephrology
- Chronic kidney disease
- Diabetic nephropathy
- Renovascular disease
- Autoimmune renal disease
- Electrolyte abnormalities
- Assessment of patients with proteinuria and haematuria
- Kidney stones
- Polycystic kidney disease