We provide primary and consultative care and treatment to children and adolescents with all forms of kidney disease, administered by a team of renal specialists from the joint nephrology/urology clinic. In addition, our Transplant Center has extensive experience with pediatric kidney transplantation, offering living-related and deceased donor renal transplantation services.
Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Pediatric Nephrology was recently selected as a national ADPKD Pediatric Clinic by the PKD Foundation.
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The Judith M. Power Dialysis Unit
The Power Dialysis Unit offers exceptional kidney disease treatment for young patients with end-stage renal disease in a child-friendly setting. Opened in 2003, the unit is designed to serve children up to 21 years of age.
- The unit is staffed by pediatric nephrologists, certified nephrology nurses, pediatric renal dietitians, renal social workers, recreational therapists, volunteers and education liaison personnel. We understand the unique medical, emotional and social needs of children.
- The unit also serves as a training center for parents so they may perform peritoneal dialysis at home, if appropriate.
- It is the only dedicated pediatric dialysis unit in Northeastern Ohio affiliated with a full-service transplant center.
Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program
- Location: Cleveland Clinic Transplant Center (Main Campus)
Urologists who specialize in all diseases of the kidney work with our kidney transplant service, pediatric specialists, nurses and social workers to provide the highest quality medical care and emotional support.
What We Treat
Pediatric patients from around the world rely on us for the care and treatment of renal diseases and other kidney conditions such as:
- Acute kidney injury.
- Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.
- Chronic kidney disease.
- Congenital renal malformations.
- Electrolyte problems.
- Glomerular diseases.
- Growth failure in children with kidney disease.
- Hemolytic uremic syndrome in children.
- Hypertension - high blood pressure.
- Kidney cysts.
- Kidney disease in solid organ transplantation.
- Kidney stones.
- Nephrotic syndrome.
- Pediatric urinary incontinence.
- Peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis.
- Polycystic kidney disease.
- Renal failure.
- Renal tubular disorders.
- Renovascular hypertension.
- Urinary tract infection.
- Voiding dysfunction in children.
We also offer living-related and cadaver renal transplantation through our Transplant Center.
To schedule an appointment, please call 216.444.5437 or 800.223.2273, ext. 45437. You can also send us an email.
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
Virtual Second Opinions
If you cannot travel to Cleveland Clinic, help is available. You can connect with Cleveland Clinic specialists from any location in the world via a phone, tablet, or computer, eliminating the burden of travel time and other obstacles.
If you’re facing a significant medical condition or treatment such as surgery, this program provides virtual access to a Cleveland Clinic physician who will review the diagnosis and treatment plan. Following a comprehensive evaluation of medical records and labs, you’ll receive an educational second opinion from an expert in their medical condition covering diagnosis, treatment options or alternatives as well as recommendations regarding future therapeutic considerations. You’ll also have the unique opportunity to speak with the physician expert directly to address questions or concerns.