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Nephrology (kidney disease) specialists at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, are kidney physicians who provide a complete range of consultation, diagnosis and treatment for patients with kidney diseases. The scope of care encompasses all stages of kidney disease, from earliest detectable changes in kidney function through dialysis and transplantation.
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UW Health nephrology: Doctor and patient 

What is Nephrology Care?


Nephrology specialists at UW health focus on the treatment of patients with kidney problems, providing a complete range of diagnosis and treatment strategies in all stages of kidney disease from the earliest detectable change in kidney function through dialysis and transplantation. 

 UW Health nephrology: What are the kidneys?

About the Kidneys


What are the kidneys? What do they do? The kidneys are important for waste removal and the balancing of bodily chemicals.


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UW Health nephrology: Doctor and patient 

Your Nephrology Clinic Visit


Thank you for choosing UW Health Nephrology. Here are some tips to make your clinic visit go as smooth as possible.


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UW Health nephrology: patient Geraldine Reed 

Meet Geraldine Reed


Dialysis treatments haven't kept 92-year-old Geraldine Reed from monthly jazz dancing or trips to her hometown New Orleans for Mardi Gras.


Meet Geraldine


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UW Health nephrology: Woman and man 

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Kidney Disease Education and Treatment Options can help people who have been diagnosed with late stage chronic kidney disease or kidney failure.


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