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Division of Nephrology Patient Care

The Division of Nephrology at UI Health treats patients with conditions and diseases of the kidney, including end-stage renal disease (ESRD), kidney transplantation, acute kidney failure, kidney stones, and immunological kidney diseases at the University of Illinois Outpatient Care Center. Our kidney transplant outcomes are among the best in Chicago. The Division of Nephrology has grown out of a long history of excellence in the field of kidney treatment and research.

The Division has a long-standing history of being the cutting edge of introducing clinical innovations. In the early 1950s, UI Health nephrologists refined and developed the percutaneous kidney biopsy as a clinical tool. UI Health was the first institution in Illinois to perform a living-donor kidney/pancreas transplant and the first in the world to perform a robotic donor nephrectomy (kidney removal) for a living-donor transplant.

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  • Outpatient Care Center

    Suite 3D
    1801 W. Taylor St.
    Chicago, IL 60612

    To request an appointment, please call 312.355.1700.

  • Ear & Eye Infirmary

    Suite 2028
    1855 W. Taylor St.
    Chicago, IL 60612