Overview

Multispecialty teamwork

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Mayo Clinic's highly ranked team of kidney and hypertension specialists (nephrologists) diagnose and treat more than 40,000 adults and children each year, including those with serious, complex or rare conditions.

The Mayo Clinic Division of Nephrology and Hypertension is one of the largest and most respected kidney (renal) and high blood pressure (hypertension) practices in the world. It includes more than 60 subspecialized experts committed to improving people's lives by providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary medical and surgical care, including kidney transplant and living-donor kidney transplants.

The right care the first time

People come to Mayo Clinic for help with a wide range of conditions, including glomerulonephritis, polycystic kidney disease and hard-to-treat hypertension. Successful treatment starts with an accurate diagnosis. Mayo Clinic doctors take the time to get it right.

Mayo Clinic uses renal imaging and specialized tests that aren't offered at most medical centers in the United States. You may undergo several tests so that your doctors can identify exactly what's causing your signs and symptoms. Our nephrologists work with radiologists who use innovative and advanced imaging technologies and tools, including 7-tesla MRI, magnetic resonance elastography, magnetic resonance angiography, contrast enhanced ultrasound and automated total kidney volume calculations for polycystic kidney disease (PKD).

Collaborative care, focused on you

Mayo Clinic kidney and high blood pressure specialists work as part of multidisciplinary teams to make sure you get exactly the care you need. These teams may include cardiologists, critical care medicine specialists, urologists, pathologists, endocrinologists, pharmacists, obstetricians and gynecologists, or other experts as needed.

Having all this expertise in a single place, focused on you, means that you're not getting only one opinion. Your care is discussed among the team, your test results are available quickly, and appointment schedules are coordinated. What might take weeks or months to accomplish elsewhere can typically be done in a matter of days at Mayo Clinic.

Nephrology services are also provided to children at the Children's Center on Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota. Pediatric nephrologists work with other pediatric specialists to provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for children and adolescents.

Mayo Clinic Health System clinics, hospitals and other health care facilities serve more than 60 communities in Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota. These sites provide Mayo Clinic kidney and hypertension care to their local communities.

Having a medical condition such as kidney failure can affect your whole life. An integral part of your care team will be health professionals trained in every aspect of your condition. If you have a chronic kidney condition or are undergoing hemodialysis, you may be helped by dialysis nurses, patient care technicians, renal dietitians, social workers and dialysis technical staff.

Applying the latest in research

Mayo Clinic nephrology and hypertension physician-scientists seek new knowledge to improve the diagnosis and treatment of people with renal disorders and hypertension. You may have an opportunity to be part of one of the clinic's many nephrology-related clinical trials.

Contact

Arizona

  • Mayo Clinic Nephrology and Hypertension
  • 13400 E. Shea Blvd.
    Scottsdale, AZ 85259
  • Phone: 800-446-2279

Florida

  • Mayo Clinic Nephrology and Hypertension
  • 4500 San Pablo Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32224
  • Phone: 904-953-0853

Minnesota

  • Mayo Clinic Nephrology and Hypertension
  • 200 First St. SW
    Rochester, MN 55905
  • Phone: 507-538-3270
Aug. 12, 2022