The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois is committed to leading the fight against kidney disease. Through our patient and family resource center, we help communities affected by kidney disease find the information and references they need.
We make it easier for patients and their loved ones to find physicians, learn about treatment options, and navigate knotty concerns like insurance, diet, and establishing an emotional support network.
Learn about dialysis - a common treatment option for CKD patients whose kidneys are in an advanced state of failure, and need assistance performing their normal bodily functions.
Click below to find valuable dialysis resources; including a clinic finder, medicare tools, fact sheets, and educational references.
Whether you're looking to sign up for the transplant waitlist, find a living donor, or are considering becoming an organ donor yourself - there can be lot of information to navigate in the kidney transplant process.
Start learning about the practice below, and find quick access to handy tools like transplant center maps, information on support groups, tips on finding a donor, and links to donor registration and the kidney transplant waitlist.
Throughout the year, the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois hosts a series of free, kidney health screening events. Conducted from our one-of-a-kind KidneyMobile, these screenings take place all across the state of Illinois.
Register for an upcoming screening today, and make a plan to learn about your risk for kidney disease, and take charge of your health.
Find the information and resources you need to live well with kidney disease. Explore videos, reference guides, and toolkits designed to make managing your diagnosis simpler and easier.