Renal Services

The Mike Cassidy Renal Unit

The Renal unit is situated on the King's Mill Hospital campus ran and managed by Nottingham University Hospitals staff. The Renal unit serves patients in the north of the county to reduce visits to the main Nottingham hospitals.

The unit comprises of a 20-bed, Nurse-led dialysis unit with a dedicated team of staff who look after approximately 80 patients during the week Monday - Saturday.

We also run multiple outpatient clinics to cover a wide range of renal related conditions and issues with visiting clinicians, speciality staff and nurses.

Who are we?

Renal is a medical speciality that cares for the Kidneys and various aspects of the related treatments. From consultant review clinics, transplant clinics, intravenous infusions, haemodialysis and anaemia.

Outpatient clinics

Renal Unit at King's Mill HospitalNew patient clinic - Friday 9am - 12pm

This clinic will probably be the first time you meet the kidney team. Your GP or another hospital specialist will have made the referral to us and should have explained the reasons why.

We will review and make a detailed assessment to try and address the reason for referral.

You may want to bring a friend or relative - they are welcome. Please feel free to ask any questions or concerns when you come for your appointment. Your Doctor may ask you this at the start of the consultation. Hopefully, we should be able to provide you with some of the answers.

Please bring the following:

  1. A list of current medications
  2. Urine sample - about 10-20mls in a clean container

Some patients will have already received an appointment for an ultrasound scan on their kidneys previous to the first appointment.

Consultant renal review clinics - Tuesday & Thursday - 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Advanced Kidney Care Clinic - Tuesday 1pm - 4.30pm Thursday 9am - 12.30pm

Anaemia clinic - Tuesday 12.30 - 4.30pm

Transplant Consultant review Clinic - Tuesday 9am - 12pm

Transplant Nurse review Clinic - Tuesday & Thursday 9am - 12pm


Dialysis is a treatment that does some of the things done by healthy kidneys. It is needed when a patient's own kidneys can no longer take care of the body's needs.

A patient who has reached the stage of requiring dialysis will have been assessed by speciality clinicians as to the best treatment plan and decide how to proceed based on medical conditions and patient wishes.

Dialysis Unit Manager - Damion Abbey

Dialysis Renal Consultants  - Dr Simon Roe & Dr Rooman Yarkhan

Outpatient Clinic Consultants - Dr Catherine Byrne, Dr Jennifer Allen, Dr Mohammed Ahmed, Dr Ashok Poduval & Dr Rooman Yarkhan.