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The information on this page is about the renal services provided by Counties Manukau Health; contact details, treatments, staff etc.
If you are looking for information about kidney disease please click on https://www.kidneys.co.nz/ - this website provides useful information for both patients and healthcare professionals and includes Tongan, Samoan and Mandarin translated resources.

The renal services are designed to provide a diagnostic and therapeutic service for patients with renal disease. The services include:

  • management of patients in acute and chronic renal failure
  • providing renal replacement therapy (dialysis) to patients with end stage renal failure
  • haemodialysis: self-care, community centre care, home, satellite (at Manukau SuperClinic™),  or hospital incentre 
  • peritoneal dialysis: continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) or automated peritoneal dialysis (APD)
  • predialysis education
  • renal transplantation work-up and follow-up starting 3 months after transplantation
  • admission of patients with renal disease to the renal ward for observation/diagnosis/treatment.

Renal Services Provided by Counties Manukau Health
Renal services provided are located at the following locations:

Middlemore Hospital and Western Campus:

  • renal ward
  • incentre dialysis
  • training unit for home dialysis
  • peritoneal dialysis unit.

Manukau SuperClinic

  • outpatient clinic (Module 5)

Botany SuperClinic

  • outpatient clinic 

Manukau Surgery Centre

  • satellite unit (renal dialysis)
  • Rito unit (renal dialysis)

Community Dialysis Houses are run by Counties Manukau Health Renal Service in Middlemore Crescent.

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