One in nine adults has chronic kidney disease and another 20 million are at increased risk.


Unequaled in Hypertension and Kidney Disease Treatment in  Central Illinois

The highly experienced nephrology team at Illinois Kidney Disease & Hypertension Center (IKHDC) is dedicated to offering the most complete nephrology care and surgical expertise available in Central Illinois. Under the umbrella of IKHDC, RenalCare Associates, S.C. partners with primary care physicians, endocrinologists and cardiovascular specialists to help manage difficult-to-control hypertension and kidney disease, as well as treat other illnesses such as electrolyte disorders. It's also our privilege to provide consultations whenever our expertise is warranted, coordinating efforts with other specialists as needed for seamless medical care.

For additional information or referrals, call 676-8123. Download our resume for more details on our expertise.

Congratulations, Exemplary Physicians!

We would like to congratulate Dr. Robert Bruha and Dr. Kumar Shrishrimal for achieving outstanding performance in the 2015 Clinical Integration Program. CI Program initiatives and measures reflect the gold standard in population health care, and engagement is the driving force behind our ongoing journey of value-based care. In addition, Dr. Raji Jacob and Dr. Dinesh Kannabhiran are now board certified in Hypertension!

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News and Notes

  • Hypertension Identified as Highest Risk Factor for Stroke. Caused by poor blood flow to the brain, strokes can cause disability or death. But the good news is high blood pressure – although a major risk factor – is also preventable. Read more…

  • Treating Electrolyte Imbalances Critical to Survival… Do You Know the Symptoms? During the summer, many hear about replenishing electrolytes through sports drinks due to heat and dehydration. But did you know kidney disease, diabetes and hypertension can contribute to electrolyte imbalances, too? Learn more about symptoms and treatment…

  • Struggling with Kidney Disease? This Educational Seminar Could Help! On Sept. 3, the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois will host a day-long educational seminar for people at risk for or living with kidney disease. This seminar is ideal for transplant candidates, kidney recipients, donors, caregivers and families. Learn more…



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