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)
Innovation in kidney dialysis helps provide greener care at GRHJuly 20, 2016
GRH is using greener ways to provide life-sustaining kidney dialysis with no change to the high quality of care patients receive.
Renal fair gives medical students a taste of specialized care for people with kidney diseaseMay 12, 2016
Medical student Simone ten Kortenaar came away from the Waterloo Region Renal Fair amazed about how much teamwork is needed to help patients with kidney disease.
Dr. Mazin Al-Battran: compassionate mental health care during life-changing medical conditionsMay 6, 2016
A life-threatening illness or a life-changing chronic disease can also bring rise to mental health needs. Dr. Mazin Al-Battran supports patients with mental health needs in the hospital’s cancer, renal (kidney) and childbirth programs.
Better data and smart thinking supports life-sustaining kidney careApril 1, 2016
Advancing exceptional care at Grand River Hospital is constant work. GRH’s regional renal (kidney) and pharmacy programs have made great progress in providing better medication care at a lower cost.
GRH patient advocate Rosemary Lejeune celebrates kidney health during national kidney monthMarch 26, 2016
Rosemary Lejeune, is marking almost a decade of excellent kidney health since transplantation.
Renal fair supports health education for medical students and connects community providers to hospitalMarch 23, 2016
The latest in knowledge for kidney care will be on the agenda at Grand River Hospital’s KW Campus on Thursday March 24th.