Nurses

are an important part of renal care.

From a teenage health-care aide to an RN, learn about Ruben – a hemodialysis nurse at HSC Winnipeg.

KidneyFit

Exercise video series available now!

Check out our four new videos designed for people living with CKD and/or kidney failure.

COVID-19

information for renal/dialysis patients

Here is some information for renal clinic and dialysis patients on their care and COVID-19.

In Manitoba there are

1,856

Adults receiving life-sustaining dialysis

6,614

more being treated for Chronic Kidney Disease

348,000

Dialysis treatments done in one year

What is kidney disease?

Chronic Kidney Disease is when kidneys are damaged and not working properly over a period of time. Read More

Who is at risk?

Kidney disease can happen for a lot of reasons but people with diabetes, high blood pressure, family history of kidney disease or autoimmune disorders are more at risk. Read More

How do I get my kidneys checked?

A doctor or nurse can do routine blood and urine tests. The results will show how your kidneys are doing. These tests should be done once a year. Read More

Latest News

May 7, 2021 | News Staff News Staff Profiles

Ruben Medrano has been working in health care in Winnipeg his whole adult life. The 51-year-old started his career early,…

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April 21, 2021 | News Staff News

Many in-centre hemodialysis patients in Winnipeg and Brandon were able to receive COVID-19 vaccinations in their dialysis units recently.

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March 12, 2021 | News Staff News

STARTING THE WEEK OF MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2021 – All people entering hospitals or personal care homes will be provided…

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