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Programs & Services

Kidney Disease Prevention Clinic - Alberta Kidney Care - South

The kidney disease prevention clinic provides management, education and resources to First Nations (Status and Non-Status), Métis and Inuit patients at risk for developing kidney disease.

The clinic is led by a nurse practitioner who works in close collaboration with a nephrologist. Specifically, the role of the nurse practitioner will include providing independent assessments, diagnosis, management, evaluation and follow-up for patients who have diabetes, difficult to control hypertension and / or dyslipidemia. Difficult cases will be managed by consultation with a nephrologist.

Service Providers May Include
nurse practitioners (NPs)

Following criteria must be met:

  • First Nations (Status and Non-Status), Métis and Inuit people over the age of 18
  • chronic but stable patients with diabetes, hypertension, and / or dyslipidemia
  • chronic kidney disease patients not already being seen by a Nephrologist in Calgary
  • patients at high risk of kidney disease, such as diabetes and difficult to control blood pressure
Service Access

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Service Locations
Also Known As
Kidney Disease Outreach Clinic, SARP, Southern Alberta Renal Program
Alberta Kidney Care
Alberta Kidney Care, Indigenous Health