• Programs and Services

    We provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for the entire range of disorders of the kidney and urinary tract. Where needed, these services are offered in close collaboration with other divisions, including urology, surgery, cardiology and neurology. Outpatients are not only seen in clinics on the Cincinnati Children’s Burnet campus, but also at several satellite locations in the Cincinnati area. For patients traveling to Cincinnati from outside the Tristate, concierge and other services are available to arrange and coordinate visits.

    Kidney Clinic

    The clinic on Cincinnati Children's main campus is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Additional clinics are offered at several satellite locations. For more information, call 513-636-4531. Read more.

    Pediatric Hypertension Clinic

    In cooperation with the Heart Institute, the Nephrology and Hypertension Division provides comprehensive multidisciplinary care for patients with essential hypertension through a dedicated Pediatric Primary Hypertension Clinic. Read more.

    Dialysis Unit

    The unit provides comprehensive, expert renal care for pediatric patients requiring dialysis for acute or chronic renal failure. Read more

    End-Stage Renal Disease Care Program 

    We have cared for children with end-stage renal disease for more than 30 years, and our nephrologists and surgeons are at the forefront of research for children with this condition. Read more.

    Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program

    In cooperation with surgical subspecialists, the Nephrology and Hypertension Division coordinates an active transplant program and is deeply committed to a comprehensive post-transplant patient care program. The program is one of the oldest and largest in the world. Read more.

    Center for Acute Care Nephrology (CACN)

    The center works to develop therapies and optimize procedures to provide earlier intervention, more appropriate care and better short- and long-term results for children with or at risk for acute kidney injury. Read more.

    Tuberous Sclerosis Program

    The clinic was organized in 1993 to assist in the medical care of children and adults who have or are suspected of having tuberous sclerosis. Read more.

  • Contact / Refer

    Kidney patient with stuffed monkey.

    Contact the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension.

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