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Royal Stoke University Hospital

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Address:

Haemodialysis unit
Royal Stoke University Hospital,
University Hospitals of North Midlands,
Newcastle Rd
STOKE-on-TRENT

Post Code:

ST4 6QG


Patients were first dialysed here in 1980

This unit has 210 haemodialysis and 80 peritoneal dialysis patients

This unit has the following transplant centres:

Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Coventry - Walsgrave Hospital

Manchester Royal Infirmary

This centre has the following satellite units:

Crewe - Leighton Hospital

Stafford


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Main unit


Telephone number:

01782 676142/124

Holiday dialysis enquiries:

Fax:

01782 554457

Email Address:

Unit website:

Trust website:

http://www.uhns.nhs.uk

Consultants:

Dr Julie Wessels
Dr Kerry Tomlinson
Dr D de Takats
Dr Andrew McClean
Dr Madhu Menon
Dr Daniela Farrugia
Dr Richard Fish

Nephrologist/Intensivist
Dr Chris Thompson
Dr Ingi Elsayed

Academic Staff
Professor Simon Davies
Dr Mark Lambie

Page administered by:

Dr Mark Lambie


About the unit

Alison Jepson is the Matron for the renal service working closely with Pam Towe. Helen Barlow is the unit manager. We provide a comprehensive Nephrology and Renal Failure service for the people of North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and beyond.
There is a well developed Home HD (35 to 40 patients) and Peritoneal Dialysis (80 to 100 patients) service.


Research and special expertise

We have an established track record of internationally recognised research in the areas of Peritoneal Dialysis, in particular Home Dialysis epidemiology, the characteristics of the peritoneal membrane, and body composition/fluid balance in renal failure patients. We also have clinical research interests in CKD-MBD and slowing progression in ADPCKD.

As a Teaching hospital affiliated to the Keele university Medical School we take a full part in the teaching and training of Medical Students and junior Doctors.





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