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General Information About The Department


Our department consists of Nephrology clinics of Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital, Ankara Atatürk Training and Research Hospital and Türkiye Yüksek İhtisas Training and Research Hospital united under Ankara City Hospital.


Inpatient wards of our department is located in Ankara City Hospital Oncology Hospital (MH6) on the 4th floor, A and B sections with 45 beds in total. There is a unit consisting of 11 polyclinics for outpatients located on the ground floor of the same building. Polyclinic area consists of the general (clinic) nephrology, parenchymal diseases (glomerulonephritis), organ transplant, peritoneal dialysis, Low Clearance Patient Training Polyclinics and archive. Moreover, Hemodialysis Unit provides hemodialysis service for outpatients and inpatients in The Main Mass on the ground floor. There is also ''Home Hemodialysis Unit'' located inside that unit. Additionally, there are consultation-based polyclinics working in all the buildings inside Ankara City Hospital Campus. 5 academician (2 professors, 3 associate professors), 7 specialists and 2 Nephrology Subspecialty Assistants perform their duties in our department.


Diagnosis and Treatment (Main Titles)


1. Hypertension


2. Fluid and Electrolyte and Acid-Base Disorders


3. Acute Kidney Injury


4. Follow-up before and after kidney transplant


5. Chronic Kidney Disease (Hemodialysis-Peritoneal Dialysis)


6. Renal Paranchymal Diseases (Glomerulonephritis)


7. Urinary Disorders (blood or protein in urine)


8. Renal Vascular Diseases affecting kidney blood vessel networks (renal artery stenosis, renal vein thrombosis)


9. Congenital-Hereditary Kidney Diseases (polycystic kidney disease, Alport Syndrome etc.)


What type of patients does our department offer service?


Nephrology is about kidney failure, hypertension, electrolyte (sodium, potassium, calcium) disorders, investigation of urinary tract anomalies (blood in urine, protein in urine etc.), determination of treatment options and protection and follow-up of kidney functions. Additionally, planning and applying of systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, rheumatologic diseases, some clinical conditions such as fluid loss, heart failure, blood poisoning-sepsis, evaluation of adverse effects of continued use of medication on kidneys such as chemotherapy or anti-rheumatic drugs and finding solutions and kidney replacement therapies such as hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, kidney transplant and follow-up of those patients are carried out.


Featured Services In The Nephrology Department


1. Ultrasonographic Evaluation


2. Ultrason-guided Kidney Biopsy


3. 24-Hour Blood Pressure Monitoring


4. In-Center Hemodialysis Procedure-catheter insertion


5. Peritoneal dialysis training-practice-catheter insertion


6. Kidney transplant preparation and follow-up after transplant


7. Home Hemodialysis Procedure


Units of The Department:


1. Nephrology Polyclinic Rooms (Oncology Hospital ground floor)


2. Peritoneal dialysis training rooms (Oncology Hospital ground floor)


3. Hemodialysis Unit (General Hospital ground floor)


4. Inpatient Wards (Oncology Hospital 4. Floor, A and B block)


How can I undergo examination?


There are two ways of applying to Nephrology Polyclinic of our Hospital:


1. Applying without making an appointment by taking a queue number from hospital desks


2. Applying via appointment system: Appointments can be made via telephone or internet. Appointments via internet can be taken via Centralized Hospital Appointment System (MHRS) by following the guidelines in the opened page.


18 years and older patients are admitted in our department.


Glomerulonephritis and kidney transplant patients are followed, their files are prepared and patients under follow-up make appointment for their next examination on each arrival. They apply directly in case of emergency.


Patients sent from other departments for consultation can be examined on condition that they apply during the examination hours.


NOTE: Since Nephrology is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine, patients must be added in the green list by a nephrologist or an internal medicine specialist so that they can apply via appointment system.


Patients who are approved to be hospitalizated for investigation and treatment as inpatient after examination are either admitted based on bed condition and urgency or they are registered in the appointment list by contacting the secretary. Patients who are added in the appointment list are called by the ward secretary for admission when there is bed availability.


IMPORTANT: Outpatients apply only via MHRS in the direction of the regulations of The Ministry of Health during the pandemic.




Interventional Procedures such as kidney biopsy, peritoneal dialysis-hemodialysis catheter insertion and kidney transplant patients are informed before. Before interventional procedures, Informed Consent Form including a detailed explanation about the procedure is given and signed by the patient.


sit our polyclinics without an appointment.