Our passionate and caring staff provide a friendly, professional and efficient approach to treatment
Renal dialysis is a treatment that filters the blood when your kidneys have stopped working properly. It remove toxins and fluids from your body that would normally be done by the kidneys, and helps to maintain a normal blood pressure.
Some people may only need dialysis short-term, while others need dialysis because their kidneys no longer do the job properly, and will continue treatment for the rest of their lives.
Dialysis can impact your day-to-day life, however our team of Nephrologists, urologists, registered nurses, dietitians, and allied health professionals work together to minimise the effects of kidney failure and to ensure your treatment allows you to live a full and active life.
What Do We Provide?
- We specialise in all areas of haemodialysis incorporating new starts, chronic maintenance and acute dialysis
- We provide haemodialysis services for renal patients with private health insurance who are established on haemodialysis
- We provide a Level Three and a Level Four Service over two campuses.
- We offer holiday haemodialysis sessions, as well as helping our patients go on holidays
- We have eight machines and chairs
We provide Haemodialysis treatments Monday to Saturday from 0700 to 2030 with morning and afternoon sessions available.
Where Are We?
- Level three is Located at Hyde Park campus – Established Haemodialysis Patients
- Level four is located at Pimlico campus – Acute Dialysis Patients and New dialysis Patients
How Do Patients Access the Service?
- Patients can access the Unit directly for information and assistance
- The Nurse Unit Manager is available to answer queries by appointment
- General Practitioners/Nephrologists can refer a patient for a tour of the unit by appointment
- Referrals for treatment are made by the patients’ Nephrologist