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Renal Unit

We're an outpatient unit, providing a range of treatment options. We have an 18 station dialysis centre, providing haemodialysis treatment for clients with acute and chronic kidney disease.

Our location 

We're located on the third floor of the Gwyneth Huelin Wing. If the doors are locked, there's an intercom system on the right hand side before the door. 

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Parking is available in Patriotic Street car park, which uses a pay card system. Display enough pay cards to cover your hospital appointment, allowing for unexpected delays.

If you have a blue disabled badge, there's limited designated parking outside Gwyneth Huelin wing.

Opening hours

We are open:

  • Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 8.30pm
  • Tuesday and Thursday from 8am to 4pm
  • Saturday from 8am to 3pm
  • Sunday we are closed

Your appointment

To attend the Renal Unit, you need a referral from your doctor or a hospital admission. We prioritise your first consultation by patient need and send an appointment letter. It explains the appointment process so you’ll know what to expect when you arrive. You need to have blood tests done a week to ten days before your appointment.

On the day of your appointment, you need to bring:  

  • all medications you’re taking including prescriptive medications
  • any medicines you’ve bought such as herbal remedies and over the counter medication
  • information about any change in details such as a new mobile number, change of address or new GP

Changing your appointment

If you cannot attend or need to change your appointment, contact us as soon as possible. We'll arrange a new appointment for you.
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 442125

Email us

If you need a translator

If you need a translator, let us know as soon as possible so arrangements can be made before you attend clinic.

Types of treatment

The type of treatment you have depends on what your appointment is for. You'll have an individual pathway according to your needs and stage of kidney disease. 
We provide the following types of treatments:

Surgical procedures

The surgical procedures we perform are:

Holiday dialysis

We provide care to patients on holiday in Jersey, subject to availability.

There’s no reciprocal agreement between Jersey and The UK, so we charge for the services provided. The current cost of each session is £294.

It’s important that you discuss this with your unit to see if they cover these costs or if you need to cover them. Full payment is needed when you arrive if you’re self-funding.

We accept payment by credit and debit cards. We also accept cash or cheques with prior notification.

To book holiday dialysis, contact your home unit and ask them to contact us. They complete the paperwork and return it to us two to four weeks before your holiday.
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 442125 

Email us

Specialist clinics

We run five specialist nurse led clinics.

Anaemia clinic

Treatment of renal related chronic anaemia, including erythropoietin and intravenous iron therapy.

Low clearance clinic

Provides coordinated care for patients with advanced kidney disease. Patients may need renal replacement therapy such as dialysis or kidney transplantation. It also supports patients choosing the conservative pathway.

Pre renal transplant clinic

Referral and assessment service where patients awaiting transplants and donors are seen and assessed.

Post renal transplant clinic

Follow up care, assessment and education for all renal transplant clients.

Peritoneal dialysis clinic

Assessment of patients having peritoneal dialysis at home.

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