Water company United Utilities and Kidney Care UK have formed a partnership to give kidney patients in the North West additional support.
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Lack of reimbursement leaves home haemodialysis patients left out in the cold, according to new report
According to a Kidney Care UK report released today, one third of home dialysis patients are not receiving any reimbursement from their trusts and less than a third of trusts are reimbursing patients using the appropriate tariff. This is despite the fact that NHS trusts receive funds from NHS England to pay for reimbursements.
Kidney Care UK and E.ON Next join forces to raise awareness of the extra support available to people with kidney disease
The UK’s leading kidney patient support charity and E.ON Next, one of the UK’s major energy suppliers, have announced a new partnership which will help signpost additional help available to people living with chronic kidney disease (CKD), including people who undertake life-saving haemodialysis at home.
Join our campaign to ensure more people receive life changing kidney transplants.
Kidney Care UK, the UK’s leading kidney patient support charity, Wales & West Utilities, and the Welsh Kidney Network are working together with NHS Wales to offer specialist support to 1,500 people with kidney failure in Wales.
Whether you'll be competing, taking part or just soaking up the atmosphere, come and meet the Kidney Care UK team at the Games and collect your free children's goodie bag.
Kidney Care UK is working with the independent and impartial UK Covid-19 Inquiry to encourage everyone in the kidney community to share their unique experiences of the pandemic. Share your story as part of the Every Story Matters campaign.
Let’s Save Lives – and with Northern Ireland’s new opt-out organ donation system, Dáithí's Law, we will!
Jo-Anne Dobson is a living kidney donor, Kidney Care UK Northern Ireland Ambassador and a former Stormont MLA who has been at the forefront of campaigning for Dáithí's Law.
Our thoughts are with her family, friends and fans.
In its early stages, chronic kidney disease is ‘silent’ and doesn’t usually cause symptoms, but as it gets more advanced, there are some signs you may notice.
The results of the 2022 Kidney Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) are now available. Thank you to everyone who took part.