Kidney services

Treating people with kidney disease

Woman with nurse on dialysis at the Kidney Treatment Centre, Queen Mary's Hospital at SidcupWe are a regional centre for people with all forms of kidney disease in south east London, Kent and the surrounding areas.

We offer treatment to patients at all stages of the kidney disease pathway. This ranges from diagnosis of early kidney disease through to caring for patients with all forms of advanced kidney disease, including dialysis, kidney transplantation and end of life care.

We have become leaders in the field of kidney care since our kidney services were established in the 1970s and are nationally recognised as having particular expertise in kidney transplantation. See our kidney transplantation pages for more information.

For information on all aspects of kidney care for patients and the public, visit the My kidney website.

Holiday dialysis

For information on requesting holiday dialysis at Guy’s and St Thomas’ dialysis units please visit our holiday dialysis page.

New Kidney Treatment Centre

The kidney treatment centre at Queen Mary's, SidcupThe new Kidney Treatment Centre (KTC) at Queen Mary’s Hospital (QMH), Sidcup, opened on Monday 24 April. The KTC, which will be run in partnership with kidney dialysis specialists Diaverum, has replaced a temporary dialysis unit at QMH. The number of kidney dialysis stations has increased from 12 to 20 and there are also consultation rooms for outpatient appointments.

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