Expert, compassionate care for optimal kidney health.

The Department of Nephrology provides expertise related to kidney health — from diagnosing and treating acute and chronic kidney failure to kidney stones, electrolyte disturbances, and hypertension. Our nephrologists are here to help improve overall quality of life for you, and eliminate any uncomfortable symptoms you may have related to kidney function or hypertension.

Consultations, testing and treatments are available for:

  • Anemia of kidney disease
  • Diabetic kidney disease
  • Hemodialysis & peritoneal dialysis (home and in-center dialysis services available)
  • Hypertension
  • Kidney disease or kidney failure
  • Kidney stone disorders
  • Liver disease treatment
  • Metabolic bone disease
  • Post kidney transplant management
  • Renal electrolyte and acid base disorders

To schedule an appointment with a nephrologist at Florida Medical Clinic, contact us today.

Proudly Serving: North Tampa, Wesley Chapel, and Zephyrhills.

North Tampa - 14014 North 46th Street Tampa, Florida, 33613

North Tampa

14014 N 46th St
Tampa, Florida 33613

Wesley Chapel - 2241 Green Hedges Way Wesley Chapel FL 33544

Wesley Chapel

2241 Green Hedges Way
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

Wesley Chapel

2241 Green Hedges Way
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

P: 813.782.3727
F: 813.355.5051
Zephyrhills - 36763 Eiland Blvd. Zephyrhills, Florida 33542

When a patient’s kidneys can’t filter blood on their own, it’s imperative that they receive a comprehensive range of dialysis services.

Learn More About Dialysis

Hypertension Treatment

High blood pressure can affect many aspects of your health. Hypertension treatment is often a joint effort between a patient’s nephrologist, cardiologist and primary care physician.

Learn More About Hypertension Treatment



What Are the First Signs of Kidney Disease?

Nauman A. Siddiqi, MD

Located below the rib cage on each side of the spine, the kidneys play an essential role in keeping the body healthy. In addition to filtering waste and excess water out of the blood—which helps balance minerals, salts and water within the bloodstream—they also produce hormones that help create red blood cells, control blood pressure […]
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