Aintree renal unit provides outpatient and inpatient nephrology (renal) services to University Hospital Aintree and Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trusts.
Outpatient - Services are based at Elective Care Centre and diabetes centre at University Hospital Aintree, Lower Lane, Fazakerley, Liverpool, L9 7AL. These include nephrology new patients and follow ups.
Inpatient - Ward 15 and 14 are renal wards which provide inpatient support, acute haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis training, Haemofiltration and plasma exchange support to patients with renal failure.
Inpatient Referral Services - This is a very important service provided by the unit to over 900 bedded hospital with various major specialities including Walton Neuro Centre.
For guidance on outpatient and inpatient referrals please follow link: Nephrology Referral Information
Acute haemodialysis is provided by dedicated 6 dialysis stations on renal Ward (ward 14), 6 days a week. Out of hours and on a Sunday, these services are supported by the Intensive Care Units of University Hospital Aintree and Southport and Ormskirk Hopsitals NHS Trust.
Chronic Haemodialysis Satellite Units
1. Aintree Fresenius Dialysis Unit
On site chronic haemodialysis unit at University hospital Aintree opened in February 2005. This has 12 stations and runs 3 shifts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 3 shifts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. At present about 70 patients are dialysed on this unit.
2. Waterloo Satellite Unit
This is based at Waterloo Dialysis Unit, Park Road, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 3XR. This unit has 7 stations and 35 patients on dialysis. Please contact Gillian Nolan 0151 330 6765 for any information. This unit provides holiday dialysis facility.
3. Southport Fresenius dialysis Unit
This chronic haemodialysis unit at Southport hospital supports outpatient dialysis for patients living around Southport. This Unit has 12 stations including isolation rooms.
Home haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis programme started in 2008 and expanding.
Renal transplant is performed at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Follow up for these patients from Aintree catchment area will be set up in near future.