Paediatric dialysis

RENAL MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY FAILURE


Our dialysis unit at The Portland treats children with kidney failure by filtering waste products from the blood

Enquiries & Appointments

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What is dialysis for children?

Dialysis removes the waste products from the blood that would normally be filtered by the kidneys and passed out of the body as urine.

Our paediatric dialysis service at The Portland Hospital treats children with acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. Working closely with the paediatric intensive care unit, the team uses a multidisciplinary approach and delivers high quality care.

We have access to over 160 leading paediatric consultants across more than 50 specialties. We also have in-house imaging and nutrition services allowing us to provide comprehensive treatment to manage complications associated with kidney disease.

Paediatric dialysis service

Our consultant-led service is the only dedicated private paediatric dialysis service in the UK. We provide:

  • holiday dialysis
  • peritoneal dialysis
  • haemodialysis for acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease
  • continuous renal replacement therapy.
Hospital stay and procedure

Self-funding

Paying for medical treatment

You don't need medical insurance to have fast access to our top consultants, extensive range of treatments, diagnostic tests and surgical procedures at our world-class facilities.

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Dr. Shaila Sukthankar

Dr. Shaila Sukthankar

Paediatrics

Dr Nick Ware

Dr Nick Ware

Paediatrics

Dr Andrew Sawczenko

Dr Andrew Sawczenko

Paediatrics

Dr Anne Wright

Dr Anne Wright

Paediatrics

Our locations

Urgent Care Centre for Children at The Portland Hospital

Urgent Care Centre for Children at The Portland Hospital

234 Great Portland Street W1W 5QT London
The Portland Hospital

The Portland Hospital

205-209 Great Portland Street W1W 5AH London

Patient stories

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