Advanced Nephrology Associates would like to wish you all a Healthy and Happy New Year!
Advanced Nephrology Associates PC
California Avenue, Pittsburgh
California Avenue, Pittsburgh
E Carson Street, Pittsburgh
Lincoln Avenue, Scranton
Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue
Lincoln Avenue, Pittsburgh
Ohio River Boulevard, Pittsburgh
Center Avenue, Pittsburgh
Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh
California Avenue, Pittsburgh
West View Park Drive, Pittsburgh
Ohio River Boulevard, Pittsburgh
Lowries Run Road, Pittsburgh
Perrysville Avenue, Pittsburgh
Nephrology Physicians in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Advanced Nephrology Associates, PC is a physician practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that provides exceptional care for those who are dealing with kidney diseases and conditions. Since September 1982, our office has built a reputation for offering premium medical care for people that experience a wide variety of medical issues.
Operating as usual
How does diabetes affect the kidneys? - Diabetes Care Community
How does diabetes affect the kidneys? - Diabetes Care Community Maintaining kidney health is very important for people with diabetes, as kidney disease is a serious complication of diabetes.
Today is the first day of American Diabetes Month! Did you know one in three adults with diabetes develops kidney disease?
Through our partnership with the American Diabetes Association (ADA), we’re building awareness of the connection between two of the most common chronic conditions worldwide—diabetes and kidney disease. Check out the Living With Diabetes: Kidney Care website we created with the ADA filled with resources for preventing and managing kidney disease for patients with diabetes:
Happy Nephrology Nurses Week! Advanced Nephrology Associates is grateful to all nurses for their compassion and efforts!
5 IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT KIDNEY DISEASE
1. Kidney transplant numbers are low
Of the approximately 90,000 U.S. patients waiting for a kidney, only 20 percent of them will actually get the opportunity.
2. One kidney is enough
Although most people are born with two kidneys, you can still live a full, healthy life with only one functioning kidney.
3. Common health issues are the leading cause of kidney disease
Diabetes and high blood pressure — issues that affect many people — cause approximately 44% of kidney failure cases in the U.S.
4.Too many people suffer from kidney disease
Approximately 13% of adults in the U.S. suffer from a kidney disease.
5.Kidney disease targets a certain age group
Although kidney disease affects people from all age groups, people over 60 have the highest odds of developing it.
All our offices were finally able to get together for a team meeting and lunch! Who knew we had so many smiling faces under those masks.
Registration is open! Join us for our VIRTUAL Kidney Action Week - connecting you with kidney patients, top nephrologists, renal dietitians, caregivers and other kidney experts. Register today at: https://bit.ly/3souUWI
Its National Doctors Day! Today, more than ever, we know the sacrifices physicians make to put the health of their communities first. We want to say “thank you” to all the physicians in the world, especially ours, for all that they do for us and our loved ones!
🥧National Pi Day on March 14th recognizes the mathematical constant π. Also known as pi, the first three and most recognized digits are 3.14. The day is celebrated by pi enthusiasts and pie lovers alike!
🥧Check out a renal friendly Strawberry Pie shared by our friends at Davita!
Are you ready to spring forward
and enjoy longer days? Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 13th! Be sure to set your clocks ahead! ⏱🌺
Today is it is a global campaign aimed at raising awareness of the importance of our kidneys.
💥Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is common and harmful: 1 out of 10 adult people worldwide have it, and if left untreated it can be deadly.
💥While early detection allows for disease care and management to help prevent morbidity and mortality, and improve cost effectiveness and sustainability, kidney disease related mortality continues to increase yearly and is projected to be the 5th leading cause of death by 2040.
For more information about World Kidney Day visit their website at
📣💥We have moved:
Our Wexford Office is now located at 6500 Brooktree Road. Suite 100. Wexford PA, 15090. 💥📣
💥Finding us is easy! If you are driving south on Perry Highway you turn right at the light beside the Kia dealership across from Wendy’s. Continue to drive around the circle and look for the building marked 6500. When you enter the building we are on the first floor. Walk through the doors and we are inside the first door on the left—Suite 100.
💥Please call us if you need additional directions! Thank you!
🌿🌼 Spring allergy season is coming up. COVID-19 and seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others.
Use this chart to compare the common symptoms of COVID-19 and seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference.
If you’re sick, talk to your healthcare provider. You may need a COVID-19 test to confirm your diagnosis. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/3qEzjRD.
Coffee and Kidney Disease: Is it Safe?
Coffee and Kidney Disease: Is it Safe? Coffee is staple for more than 5 out of 10 Americans who drink it daily (1). When people find out they have kidney disease and must make dietary changes, one of the first questions they ask is, “Do I need to give up my coffee?”
From all of us at Advanced Nephrology Associates, have a wonderful Holiday Season and prosperous New Year!
❄️ Santa’s elves were spotted out in our offices today spreading Christmas Cheer! 🎄🎅🏼☃️
❄️ Just a reminder: Our office will be closed Thursday December 23rd through Sunday December 26th. We will resume normal business hours on Monday December 27th.
❄️ From all of us at Advanced Nephrology Associates, we would like to wish you a very happy and safe holiday!
Thanksgiving Meal from the Kidney Kitchen
🦃As you are preparing for thanksgiving, you may be wondering if a kidney-friendly Thanksgiving even exists. With the large portions, high potassium side dishes, and sodium overload, it can be challenging….
🦃Our advice is to plan ahead and gather some kidney-friendly recipes!
🦃To get started check out the link below from The National Kidney Foundation!
Thanksgiving Meal from the Kidney Kitchen On the fourth Thursday of every November, Americans around the country get together with family and friends and give thanks for all that’s good in their lives -- including health. Thanksgiving Day is also a day full of food. From stuffing to turkey to potatoes, the holiday fare can be full of sodi...
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the veterans and those currently on active duty who have put their lives on the line for the freedoms we all enjoy.
Thanks to all of you who have given us so much.
U.S. surgeons successfully test pig kidney transplant in human patient
U.S. surgeons successfully test pig kidney transplant in human patient For the first time, a pig kidney has been transplanted into a human without triggering immediate rejection by the recipient's immune system, a potentially major advance that could eventually help alleviate a dire shortage of human organs for transplant.
The science of pet therapy is getting serious
It's time to celebrate everything about your pup because today is -- and we want to see your pictures. 🐕🦮🐩🐕🦺
🐾Post your dog's best photo in the comments🐾
🦴Did you know, it’s clinically proven that dogs make us happier and healthier.
The science of pet therapy is getting serious New studies prove just how beneficial it is to own a pet.
For patients with chronic kidney disease, (CKD) it is important to maintain a healthy diet and avoid or limit certain foods. Check out these resources for more in-depth information about nutrition and kidney disease!
Proper Nutrition When You Have CKD (DCI): http://ow.ly/KO6J30rPKlj
Foods to Avoid If You Have Kidney Disease: http://ow.ly/b36K30rPKlL
Please join us in extending best wishes to Patti Gauntner, who is retiring as Area Operations Director at Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI). Patti has been working with dialysis patients for over twenty years.
Her dedication and admiration will be sorely missed. On behalf of our physicians, staff and patients; please accept our gratitude for your devoted service! We wish you all the best on your new adventure!
🔹♦️We will be closed today May 31st, in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday June 1st.
🔹♦️Thank you to all the military personnel and the sacrifices you have made for our freedom! 🇺🇸
⚕️Today May 12th is best known as Florence Nightingale’s birthday and it is the last day of nurses week!⚕️
⚕️We want to thank and recognize all the amazing nurses that we work with day in and day out in the hospitals and clinics.⚕️
🔸🔹Your compassion, optimism and kindness do not go unnoticed, Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!❤️
Happy Mother’s Day! 💐💜
Stay Healthy By Getting In Touch With Your Green Thumb
🔸 Spring is here and gardening can be a good way to increase your physical activity! 🪴🍃
Stay Healthy By Getting In Touch With Your Green Thumb Spring and summer can mean a fresh start for many things, even your diet. Before and after transplant, it's important to maintain a healthy weight and follow a low sodium diet. Planting a garden can help you with both. Here are some tips to get started.
Photos from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's post
Our office will be closed today April 2nd, for the Holiday. We will resume normal business hours on Monday April 5th.
Have a Happy Easter! 🐰🐣💐
Happy April Fools Day! 🙃
Contact the business
824 California Avenue
|Monday||9am - 4pm|
|Tuesday||9am - 4pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 4pm|
|Thursday||9am - 4pm|
|Friday||9am - 4pm|