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The Division of Nephrology
About Our Division
Welcome to the Division of Nephrology at Johns Hopkins University. We are dedicated to providing the highest levels of medical care to patients; to advancing the art and science of nephrology through research and discovery; and to training physicians and investigators to become leaders in the medicine and science of nephrology.
The Division of Nephrology accepts patients with any stage of kidney disease. Our goal is to provide the highest quality care while helping patients manage their condition. The practice is made up of physicians and nurse practitioners who are Johns Hopkins University faculty members. Not only do we provide care for patients, we also teach students, medical residents and other doctors in the community. We see patients with a wide range of conditions, including diabetes and high blood pressure; inherited disorders such as polycystic kidney disease; and end-stage renal disease. We also help patients through every step of a kidney transplant.
The Division of Nephrology has an active research program and is committed to finding new ways to treat kidney disease, as well as investigating its underlying causes. Visit our research page to learn more.
Paul J. Scheel, Jr., M.D., M.B.A.
Director, Division of Nephrology
For Information about our services, or to speak to a member of our staff, please contact us by telephone.
|Office Tel:||410-955-5268 Option #4|
Patient Care Locations
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
601 N. Caroline Street, 7th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21287
How You Can Help Nephrology Research and Patient Care
The Division of Nephrology welcomes donations to its research and patient care missions. Tax-deductible contributions go to support patient care and basic and clinical research activities of the Division. You may donate online by clicking the Charitable Giving link to the left, or send your contribution to the address above with checks made payable to: Johns Hopkins Division of Nephrology.