What’s New

Why Phosphorous?

Did you know phosphorus helps build bones, provides energy and comprises a part of DNA? Of course, it’s important to keep a healthy balance. Eat a blend of foods rich in phosphorus but be sure to contact your health professional if you have questions about supplementing.

Our Newest Team Member – Dr. Boris Medvedovsky, D.O.

Gulf Coast Kidney Associates is pleased to announce a new team member! Dr. BORIS MEDVEDOVSKY D.O, board certified nephrologist, has joined our outstanding group of physicians. Dr. Medvedovsky specializes in all aspects of nephrology, including acute and chronic kidney failure, hypertension, glomerular diseases, electrolyte and acid base disorders, kidney stones, kidney transplant, hemodialysis, and peritoneal … Continue reading “Our Newest Team Member – Dr. Boris Medvedovsky, D.O.”

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Eating Healthy

Eating Healthy…View this kidney-safe diet that will help stay on top of healthy, kidney-friendly meals: Kidney Friendly Diet for CKD . Looking for assistance? Schedule a consultation at: www.GulfCoastKidney.com

Did You Know?…

Did You Know…when the tiny filters in your kidneys are damaged, they allow a protein called albumin to escape from your blood into your urine. Treating this problem early can help prevent it from escalating. If you need assistance, schedule a consultation with Gulf Coast Kidney Associates today.

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Take NOTE!

TAKE NOTE! Blood in your urine can be a sign that something is wrong with your kidneys or another part of your urinary tract. Having blood in your urine does not necessarily mean that you have kidney disease, but because kidney problems can lead to kidney disease, it is important to address the problem as … Continue reading “Take NOTE!”

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