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Where are you located?

What do I need to fill out for my first appointment?

How should I select a nephrologist?

When should I consider a nephrologist?

Why is early detection and aggressive intervention important?

What is a nephrologist?

Are the doctors available for legal case review?

What are my Health Information Rights?

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MAIN OFFICE

878 109th Avenue N.
Naples, FL 34108 USA

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DIRECTIONS FROM 75, EXIT 111. HEAD WEST ON IMMOKALEE ROAD UNTIL YOU REACH ROUTE 41. STAY IN THE RIGHT HAND TURN LANE AND TURN LEFT. GO SOUTH FOR TWO BLOCKS AND MAKE A RIGHT HAND TURN ON 109TH AVENUE NORTH. WE ARE THE SECOND BUILDING ON THE LEFT IN MANGO SQUARE, IN SUITE TWO (2).


DIRECTIONS FROM BONITA BEACH, FORT MYERS AND AREAS NORTH OF IMMOKALEE ROAD. HEAD SOUTH ON ROUTE 41. WHEN YOU REACH IMMOKALEE ROAD, CONTINUE TO HEAD SOUTH FOR TWO BLOCKS AND MAKE A RIGHT HAND TURN ON 109TH AVENUE NORTH. WE ARE THE SECOND BUILDING ON THE LEFT IN MANGO SQUARE, IN SUITE TWO (2).


DIRECTIONS FROM SOUTH NAPLES, EAST TRAIL AND MARCO ISLAND BEST ROUTE WOULD BE TO TAKE 75 AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS FOR THAT ROUTE. IF YOU PLAN ON TAKING ROUTE 41, CONTINUE HEADING NORTH UNTIL YOU REACH IMMOKALEE ROAD. YOU WILL NEED TO GET IN THE LEFT HAND TURN AROUND LANE, TO HEAD SOUTH FOR TWO BLOCKS. MAKE A RIGHT HAND TURN ON 109TH AVENUE NORTH. WE ARE THE SECOND BUILDING ON THE LEFT IN MANGO SQUARE, IN SUITE TWO (2).


DIRECTIONS FROM WEST OF 41 HEAD EAST UNTIL YOU REACH 41. DEPENDING ON WHICH WAY YOU ARE TRAVELING, YOU WILL MAKE EITHER A LEFT OR RIGHT AND 41. YOU CAN FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ABOVE. HEADING SOUTH WE WILL BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE, HEADING NORTH; YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO IMMOKALEE ROAD AND TAKE THE TURN LANE TO HEAD SOUTH. MAKE A RIGHT HAND TURN ON 109TH AVENUE NORTH. WE ARE THE SECOND BUILDING ON THE LEFT IN MANGO SQUARE, IN SUITE TWO (2).

 

 

Where are you located?

Naples Nephrology, PA
878 109th Avenue N.
Naples, FL 34108 USA

Mark S. Russo, M.D., Ph.D.
Vera M. Stricevic, M.D.
Stephen G. Goldberger, M.D.

Phone: 1-239-513-1002
Fax: 1-239-513-1915
E-mail: info@naplesnephrology.com

 

What do I need to fill out for my first appointment?

 

How should I select a nephrologist ? Look for a Nephrologist who is board certified in nephrology and is involved in transplant nephrology and patient education.

 

When should I consider a nephrologist?

Your primary care physician may refer you to Naples Nephrology for treatment.  If you do not have a primary care physician, you should consider contacting Naples Nephrology if you experience signs and/or symptoms that could be related to kidney disease, such as swelling in the legs, recurrent kidney stones or electrolyte problems.  Very difficult to control hypertension is also managed by a nephrologist.  If you are on dialysis or nearing end stage kidney disease and want to be considered for a kidney transplant, early referral is essential to avoid unwanted delays.

 

Why is early detection and aggressive intervention important?

We are proud to take the aggressive approach when appropriate.  If your creatinine is rising, a biopsy may be recommended.  This may be the only way to determine the etiology of the kidney disease.  Once your creatinine is beyond a certain level, your disease may be too advanced for treatment.  We welcome the challenging cases and aim to give the appropriate treatment in a timely fashion.

 

What is a nephrologist?

Your physician noticed an abnormal laboratory test and suggested you see a kidney specialist. read more...

 

Are the doctors available for legal case review?

Yes.

 

What are my Health Information Rights? Read your health information rights

 

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