If you or a loved one have end-stage renal disease, the UW Medicine Kidney Care and Transplant Program offers comprehensive and compassionate care including expertise with living donor transplants, as well as shorter wait times on the transplant list and better outcomes compared to national data.
Physicians across the Pacific Northwest and throughout the country refer patients into our program – a testament to both our team members’ experience and our patients’ outcomes.
Treatment for common and rare conditions
UW Medicine’s nephrologists have expertise treating a wide range of conditions that impair kidney function, including the following:
- Diabetes (congenital, familial, metabolic)
- Glomerular diseases
- Hypertensive nephrosclerosis
- Polycystic kidneys
- Reno-vascular/vascular diseases
- Tubular and interstitial diseases
Interested in finding out more about our services?
Interested in donating a kidney? Please take this
Potential Living Kidney Donor Screening
and our Independent Donor Advocate will follow up with you.
For all other inquiries please contact us and let us know how we can help.
University of Washington Medical Center
Kidney Care & Transplant Program
1959 NE Pacific Street
Seattle, WA 98195
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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