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Our Services

Nephro Georgia is composed of a team of highly skilled healthcare professionals specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of kidney-related conditions. Our mission is to provide our patients with comprehensive, personalized care that is tailored to their specific needs.


Whether you are experiencing kidney disease, hypertension, or any other kidney-related issue, we are here to help. With state-of-the-art facilities and a patient-centric approach, we strive to deliver the highest quality care possible. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve optimal kidney health.

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Chronic Kidney Disease


Kidney Disease affects more than 1 in 7 Americans. Our team of highly specialized, board-certified providers are experts at delaying dialysis and preventing the progression of your kidney disease. We are at the forefront of technology and cutting-edge medical research to help optimize your kidney health.

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High blood pressure can be extremely difficult to manage. We are specially trained to help figure out the underlying cause of your high blood pressure and to get it under control before it causes any long-term damage.

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Diabetic Kidney Disease

Diabetes and kidney disease often go hand-in-hand. We can help to manage your diabetes and adjust your medications to help get better blood sugar control and minimize the damage to your kidneys. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease in the United States

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Autoimmune Related CKD


Some autoimmune conditions, such as Lupus, can cause damage to your kidneys. We can help to diagnose underlying autoimmune diseases as well as work to minimize the effect those conditions may have on your kidneys.

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In some cases, anemia can be associated with underlying kidney dysfunction. We can help to pinpoint the cause and assist with your anemia management.

Transplant Evaluation Referral

We work closely with both Emory and Piedmont Transplant Specialists in Atlanta as well as other regional transplant centers to help facilitate our End Stage Renal Disease patients getting on the transplant list. We will also refer some of our chronic kidney disease patients for transplant evaluation as they are getting closer to needing dialysis.

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Hospital Follow-Up

We provide timely hospital follow-up for all of our hospitalized patients. Whether you have seen us in the past or are brand new to our practice, we will get you in quickly for a follow-up after your hospitalization to closely monitor your kidney or blood pressure problems.

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Renal Imaging

We provide renal ultrasounds on a weekly basis. Ultrasounds are the ideal method of evaluating the size and shape of your kidneys without having any invasive procedures.

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In-House Lab Draws

Our in-house lab allows patients to get their blood work done without having to go to another laboratory location. Labs can be done at your visit or prior to so that the physician can discuss your lab results with you during your appointment.


Pre-Dialysis Education

Kidney Failure and Dialysis are very daunting terms when you do not know what to expect. When we see that your kidney function is worsening and dialysis may be necessary in the near future, we provide pre-dialysis education to help you understand what to expect. We discuss the different forms of dialysis, dialysis access options, dietary modifications, and lifestyle changes. We are here to answer any questions that you may have as you are entering into this new stage of kidney failure.

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Nutrition Counseling

Dietary choices play a large role in the health of patients with kidney disease. It is important to make sure that you are drinking the appropriate amount of water and avoiding certain foods depending on your individual health. We can help to recommend foods to eat or avoid based on the level of your kidney disease while also considering your other health conditions such as diabetes.

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