Since 1967, the Division has provided expert and compassionate care to individuals with all forms of acute and chronic kidney disease. Our integrated team of nephrologists, nurse practitioners, clinic nurses and CMAs, nurse coordinators, dialysis nurses, patient care and dialysis technicians, and renal dietitians provide care for patients with a variety of kidney diseases. We provide care for pediatric and adult patients, patients in need of a kidney transplant, and patients with specific conditions like acute and chronic kidney disease, and hypertension, as well as offering a nephrology/maternal-fetal medicine clinic and a kidney palliative care clinic, all of which are delineated in the table below. We also have combined clinics with other specialties to manage chronic and complex conditions like glomerular disease and kidney stones.
We strive to deliver personalized, educational, and preventive services that provide long-term solutions for the patients we care for that are convenient to the communities where they live and work. In addition to our Eastowne location and others in Chapel Hill, patients can be seen at Panther Creek on McCrimmon Parkway in Cary, Burlington Specialty Clinic on Garden Road in Burlington, and the Sanford Specialty Clinic on Central Drive in Sanford.
The full spectrum of kidney disorders, including, but limited to:
- Chronic kidney disease
- Diabetic kidney disease
- Genetic kidney disorders, including Polycystic Kidney Disease and Fabry disease
- Acute kidney disease
- Complications of kidney disease including hypertension, anemia, fluid and electrolyte abnormalities
- Diabetes insipidus
- Renal tubular acidosis