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Advanced Nephrology & Kidney Care

Consultation and advanced treatment therapies for the full spectrum of kidney-related conditions.

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Experts in Nephrology

Summit Medical’s physicians provide comprehensive care in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with acute to chronic kidney diseases, including patients receiving dialysis.

Patients are seen for general health examinations as well as for consultation on complex medical problems. Appointments can be requested individually, or a local physician can refer a patient to Summit Medical. If a referral is needed for other specialty services, laboratory testing or imaging (radiology), a Summit Medical provider can arrange and coordinate that referral for you.

Outstanding Patient Care

Our physicians provide comprehensive care in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with kidney diseases, including patients who are receiving dialysis.

Dr. Arora’s Advice on Preventing CKD

In this video, Dr. Arora, head of nephrology at Summit Medical Clinic (SMC), discusses how chronic kidney disease (CKD) is on the rise in the United States and ways to recognize and prevent this condition. Since CKD has a few different stages, SMC’s goal is to identify the condition in its earlier stages before it progresses to kidney failure. Dr. Arora talks about how some symptoms to look for include foamy urination, sweating of the extremities, elevated blood pressure, and decreased urine output.



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