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Chronic Kidney Disease (Pediatric)

In the Pediatric Chronic Kidney Disease Clinic at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, our goal is to slow down or stop the kidney damage, utilizing a multidisciplinary team of specialists to provide comprehensive and compassionate care, along with access to the latest treatments and clinical trials.

Dialysis (Pediatric)

In the Pediatric Dialysis Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, our multidisciplinary team of physicians and nurses are specially trained to provide comprehensive and compassionate family-centered care for children from newborn to college age with acute and chronic kidney failure who require dialysis therapies.

Hypertension (Pediatric)

The Pediatric Hypertension Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital has multidisciplinary physician expertise to provide a unique comprehensive approach to the evaluation and management of infants, children and adolescents with high blood pressure, offering advanced diagnostic methods, and experience with the latest antihypertensive drug therapies.

Kidney Disease (Pediatric Nephrology)

The team of experts in The Pediatric Nephrology Division at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, comprehensively treats all children with medical diseases of the kidneys and lower urinary tract, fluid and electrolyte imbalances, acute kidney failure, and those with end-stage kidney disease who require treatment with either dialysis or transplantation.

Kidney Transplant Program (Pediatric)

The University of Michigan Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program is the most experienced program within the state of Michigan, with particular expertise in the transplantation of children under the age of 2, performing more than 500 kidney transplants since the program's beginning in1964, and reporting organ rejection and patient survival rates that rank among the world's best.

Vascular Disease (Pediatric)

The Vascular Surgery department, at the University of Michigan Health System, operates on 80 percent of patients, including children, in the United States with renal artery disease – more than anywhere else in the world.