Our Services

Multidisciplinary health program

Through our CKD clinics comprised of a multidisciplinary health care team that includes nephrologists, internists, nurses specializing in primary and advanced care, dietitians and social workers, among other specialists, you are provided with state-of-the-art, diligent, and enjoyable medical care. We specialize in the treatment of kidney diseases, as well as in the management of diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and other related health conditions. Our mission is to stop or minimize the progression of chronic kidney disease. At our CKD clinics it is our primary priority to assist you in each stage of chronic kidney disease and to provide you with the necessary treatment and tools to help you know and take control of your condition.

Dietary plan

Are you constantly asking yourself, “What can I eat?” It’s time to stop worrying! Living with diabetes doesn’t have to mean feeling deprived. We’ll help you learn to balance your meals and make the healthiest food choices. Once you get the hang of eating a healthy diet, you can relax and dig in to a wide variety of delicious meals and snacks. A great way to get started is calling Puerto Rico Renal Health.

Health education

  • Improved understanding of medical condition, diagnosis, disease, or disability.
  • Improved understanding of methods and means to manage multiple aspects of medical condition.
  • Improved self-advocacy in deciding to act both independently from medical providers and in interdependence with them.
  • Patients more likely to respond well to their treatment plan – fewer complications.
  • Effective use of medical services to avoid unnecessary visits.

Counseling and family support

Diabetes Counselling is for all people living with all types of diabetes, their families and friends. Our aim is to connect people with diabetes and their families to a better quality of life. We understand that diabetes management goes hand in hand with your wellbeing.

Diabetic foot care

Diabetes can reduce the blood supply to your feet and cause a loss of feeling known as peripheral neuropathy. This can mean foot injuries do not heal well, and you may not notice if your foot is sore or injured. If you have diabetes, you’re 15 times more likely to have a limb amputated due to gangrene.