Humber River Hospital’s Nephrology program is a leader for Kidney Care Services.
Here are some Fast Facts about our program:
- The multidisciplinary team includes Nephrologists, a Program Director, Managers, Clinical Practice Leaders, Nurse Practitioners, Dietitians, Social Workers, Pharmacists, Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses, a Home Dialysis Coordinator, a Body Access Coordinator, Dialysis Assistants, Dialysis Technologists and Clerical Staff.
- Approximately 62,000 hemodialysis treatments are provided annually.
- Services provided:
- In-Centre Unit consists of 60 stations at Wilson site (serving 400 patients) and 12 stations at Church site (serving 72 patients).
- The Multi-Care Kidney Clinic (MCKC) supports 600 patients.
- The Nephrology Clinic supports 2070 patients.
- Home Dialysis Services supports 180 patients.
- Transition Care Unit consists of 6 stations to support patient decision making about the choice of treatment modality (method)
- An acute care inpatient Nephrology Unit, which has 32 beds, is dedicated to the care of inpatients of the Nephrology Program.
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General Nephrology Clinic (Church site – Main floor)
Multi-Care Kidney Clinic (Church site – Main floor)
Home Dialysis Services (Church site – Main floor)
Transition Care Unit (Church site – Main floor)
In-Centre Hemodialysis Unit
Inpatient Nephrology Unit (Wilson site – 9 East)
Transplant Consultation and Coordination
We participate in the Ontario Renal Network/Trillium Gift of Life Network provincial strategy which promotes access and improving patients’ experiences with kidney transplantation with a major focus on living kidney donation.
We support the Transplant Ambassador Program in Ontario. This Program has been created by living kidney donors, recipients and family members who are passionate about supporting patients living with chronic kidney disease and their family members in learning more about kidney transplantation and living kidney donation.
Our Transplant Ambassadors connect with patients and family members in the MCKC environment and in In-Centre to describe living donation/receiver experiences and to provide support to those with kidney disease.
Our patients learn about kidney transplants via the Explore Transplant Ontario patient education initiative.
Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC)
The Nephrology Program PFAC includes 6 to 10 patient and family advisors who help in the following ways:
- Share their story with clinicians, staff and other patients
- Participate in discussion groups
- Review or help create educational or informational materials
- Work on short-term projects.
Should you wish to contact a member of our PFAC, please call the PFAC Phone Line: (416) 243-PFAC (7322)
Advance Care Planning
Multi-Care Kidney Clinic
Transition Care Unit