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Specialties

Comprehensive Care for Kidney Disease

Welcome to Nephrology at Crystal Run. At Crystal Run, our fellowship-trained nephrologists diagnose and treat all aspects of kidney disease, including acute renal failure, chronic kidney disease, kidney stones, hypertension (high blood pressure), hemodialysis, renal transplant (kidney transplant), and electrolyte disorders (mineral imbalance).

Our nephrology team is well-versed in treating patients with other disorders that affect the kidneys, such as systemic vasculitides (i.e., ANCA vasculitis, which damages blood vessels), autoimmune diseases (such as lupus), as well as congenital or genetic conditions, such as polycystic kidney disease. Our nephrology team includes a designated Clinical Hypertension Specialist, recognized by the American Society of Hypertension.

Nephrology is the branch of medicine that deals with the kidneys and kidney-related disorders. A kidney specialist, or renal doctor, may be called in to assess organ function or to treat potentially serious nephrology diseases such as kidney failure. Kidney disease treatment may include anything from medications to kidney dialysis and surgery. Crystal Run Healthcare also offers pediatric nephrology services for children who suffer from conditions that affect the kidneys.

At Crystal Run, we realize many people with hypertension often have heart disease and/or kidney disease, so we take a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment: Our nephrologists, cardiologists, and vascular specialists often collaborate to diagnose or treat hypertension, coronary artery disease, kidney failure, and a host of other heart and vascular system conditions. This team approach allows our skilled physicians to draw on their own individual expertise to provide comprehensive, state-of-the-art care for your condition.

Contact Crystal Run Healthcare to schedule a consultation with a kidney doctor in the following areas:

Useful Links:

The following links provide valuable information related to kidney disease, dialysis, kidney transplantation, hypertension, and kidney stones.

Dietary information for patients who are on dialysis

Lowering your blood pressure by changing your diet

American Association of Kidney Patients

National Kidney Foundation website

National Kidney Disease Education Program

 

Locations

Offices

155 Crystal Run Road
Middletown, New York 10941
P: 845.703.6999
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855 Route 17M
Monroe, New York 10950
P: 845.615.6999
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1200 Route 300
Newburgh, New York 12550
P: 845.725.0100
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61 Emerald Place
Rock Hill, New York 12775
P: (845) 794-6999
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2 Centerock Road
West Nyack, New York 10994
P: 845.348.1100
Hours

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