Clerkship Info for students: Updated May 2017
This Clerkship/ Residency rotation emphasizes clinical care of the Renal patient, including Electrolyte disorders, Acute and chronic renal failure, Intensive care nephrology, all aspects of dialysis with the opportunity to explore Interventional Nephrology, and management of renal transplants.
Students are encouraged to spend at least 2 weeks on the service for a full introduction to the program, and this can be arranged through your osteopathic institution working with Grandview’s office of medical education, Office number 937-723-3957, Fax 723-5166.
The physicians of Nephrology Associates of Dayton have been noted for their interest in teaching. The Nephrology Service at Grandview usually serves 15-20 patients on any given day, and averages 2-4 admissions daily. There are usually 4-6 inpatient dialysis treatments daily, and approximately 4 lines/procedures per week. Rotation in the private outpatient clinic and dialysis clinics generally is once or twice a week. There is a continuity clinic at the Cassano Center weekly. Grandview Hospital is one of the largest Osteopathic Teaching Hospitals in the USA.