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Stoke - University Hospital of North Staffordshire

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Address:

Haemodialysis unit
City General Hospital, University Hospital of North Stafforsshire
Newcastle Rd
STOKE-on-TRENT

Post Code:

ST4 6QG


Patients were first dialysed here in 1980

This unit has 160 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


unit image

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 Wessels leads on Haemodialysis and is Lead clinician for Ward 31. Also looking after main unit HD patients, on Ward 34, is Mark Lambie who is also Lead for Home therapies. Their colleagues are Professor Simon Davies, professor of Dialysis Medicine at the University of Keele; Dr Kerry Tomlinson, who leads on Transplantation; Dr D de Takats, Dr Sat Reddy, who leads on CKD; and Dr Chris Thompson who is shared with ITU where he works as an intensivist and Dr Madhu Menon.

Page administered by:

Dr Madhu Menon


About the unit

Pam Towe is our ward manager. We provide a comprehensive Nephrology and Renal Failure service for the people of North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and beyond.


Research and special expertise

We have an established track record of internationally recognised research in the areas of Peritoneal Dialysis function, in particular the characteristics of the peritoneal membrane; muscle function and body composition 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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