• 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.

    Kidney Clinic

    The Kidney Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s treats a wide variety of congenital and acquired kidney problems, hypertension and metabolic disorders. Our goal is to provide the best care possible for children with kidney problems. Read more.

    Kidney Transplant Program

    The Kidney Transplant Program at Cincinnati Children’s strives to optimize the quality of life of children suffering from kidney diseases. Read more.

    End-Stage Renal Disease Care Program

    We have cared for children with end-stage renal disease for more than 40 years, and our nephrologists and surgeons are at the forefront of research for children with this condition. 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 Dialysis Unit at Cincinnati Children’s provides comprehensive medical care for your child with end-stage renal disease and acute renal failure. Read more.

    Center for Acute Care Nephrology (CACN)

    The CACN at Cincinnati Children's 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 Clinic

    The Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic at Cincinnati Children's 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.

    Stone Center

    The Stone Center at Cincinnati Children’s uses a collaborative approach to the care of patients and families with conditions related to stones in the urinary tract. Read more.

  • Contact / Refer

    For more information about the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension and / or its related programs and services, call 513-636-4531.

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