Renal Services provides the following:
- Peritoneal dialysis
- Home visits
- Community service
- Hepatitis B vaccination programme
- Pre and post transplant
- Nephrology Clinic
Renal Services is situated on the ground floor, East Wing at Noble's Hospital.
The Renal Haemodialysis Unit cares for all dialysis patients on the Island. As well as providing dialysis services for the Isle of Man we also provide a holiday dialysis services, this is subject to availability.
+44 1624 650171
There are 7 dialysis stations in the unit; this includes 1 in the isolation room. We are equipped with 9 Fresenius 4008 machines. These are maintained by technicians from the EBME department as well as being regularly serviced by Fresenius Medical Care.
We offer holiday dialysis to patients when we can accommodate, as well as arrange holiday dialysis for our own patients both in the UK and abroad.
+44 1624 650170
The community service covers the whole Island and their patient caseload includes peritoneal dialysis patients, pre-dialysis patients, low clearance patients as well as pre and post transplant patients.
Patients are visited in their homes, in clinics at Ramsey and District Cottage Hospital, Southern Group Practice and on the Renal Unit at Noble's Hospital. There is a 24 hour answer phone for the community service, as well as a Renal Nurse on call outside of our operational hours.
We run a Hepatitis B vaccination clinic on a Thursday afternoon, and assist with the nephrology clinics on a Wednesday and Thursday morning.
The unit is open from Monday to Saturday at the following times:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 7:30am to 5:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:45am to 8:45pm.
Renal nurse on call outside of these hours
Where to report
There is a patient /visitor waiting area in the Renal Unit on the right hand side.
The visiting hours within the unit are flexible, but as this is an outpatients service and space is limited we try to limit the number of visitors by recommending family and close friends only. We encourage visitors to clean their hands with gel provided at the entrance to the unit and to leave their outside coats in the waiting area to reduce the risk of infection.
+44 1624 650172
+44 1624 650173