GRH's renal program is a regional centre with chronic kidney disease (CKD) services for those living in Waterloo Region and Wellington County. It is one of the largest renal programs within a community hospital in Ontario.
Our program consists of in-centre, home and satellite hemodialysis units. We also have outpatient peritoneal dialysis and chronic kidney disease clinics.
Please click on the links to the right to find out more about our program and how it can help you.
We also encourage you to read our plan for renal care in Waterloo Wellington (Adobe PDF document)
Susan Size: 30 years of advancing exceptional care at GRHNovember 14, 2016
For Susan Size, Waterloo Region and Grand River hospital feel like home. Susan provides her years of nursing expertise and compassion to help patients in GRH’s regional renal program. It supports patients who are experiencing kidney disease.
GRH remembers Dr. Tom Liu, founding nephrologistNovember 7, 2016
GRH's community is saddened by the loss of Dr. Tom Liu, a pillar of the care community in the hospital's renal (kidney) program.
GRH hosts Dialysis Education Day for patientsNovember 3, 2016
Grand River Hospital is giving patients the tools and knowledge they need to manage kidney disease on their own terms.
Kim Hendrick: 30 years of exceptional careNovember 1, 2016
Kim Hendrick has made life-sustaining kidney treatment her life’s work. Kim has spent 30 years as a registered nurse at Grand River Hospital. For the past 25 of them, she’s been a key player in GRH’s regional renal program to support patients with kidney disease or outright kidney failure.
Taking care of your kidneys: GRH celebrates Nephrology Health Care Professionals Day, Sept 21stSeptember 20, 2016
On Wednesday September 21st, GRH recognizes and thanks the 263 people providing exceptional, life-sustaining kidney care to patients across Waterloo Region and Wellington County.
Clarence Graansma: helping bring high quality kidney care right to patients’ homesSeptember 7, 2016
Clarence Graansma has always had a knack for working with electronics. But he’s particularly passionate about using that skill to help patients with kidney disease.