NKF Serving Greater New York

2018 Long Island Kidney Walk

Join us for the 2018 Long Island Kidney Walk at Eisenhower Park on May 20, 2018!

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Konica Minolta Partners With National Kidney Foundation To Deliver Care Packages, Hope to New Jersey Dialysis Patients

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Team Kidney Update!

Learn how individuals in your community are supporting the NKF in the way that best suits them.

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Stay Connected

Join our online Kidney Community and stay up to date on GNY events, photos, and NKF news by following us on Facebook!

Stay Informed

Sign up to receive our quarterly local e-newsletter. It recaps major happenings in the kidney community, highlights our events and free programs, and shares inspiring kidney stories. View a sample and sign-up.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer at an upcoming event to support the NKF’s programs and give back to your local Kidney Community!

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Ask the Doctor

Do you have any questions about kidney disease? Risk factors? Signs and symptoms? Are you concerned about yourself, a friend or family member? The National Kidney Foundation's Ask the Doctor blog is here to help. Click here.

Are you or someone you know a dialysis patient?

Sign up for our FREE MAGAZINE, KIDNEY LIVING! Each issue features stories from people who are living well on dialysis, as well as tips for coping with kidney disease, healthy eating, finding support, and so much more.

Eating Right

For people with chronic kidney disease at any stage, understanding how nutrition can affect their health is critical. Kidney health care professionals can help by providing important support and education about dietary requirements and modifications that could potentially slow the progression of kidney disease and improve overall health outcomes.

Click here for helpful tips on salt-free seasoning.

Learn more about Kidney Disease Friendly Cooking.

Download a family recipe book for kidney patients

Information on Pediatric Issues

For Information on Pediatric issues, please see the slides developed by Howard Trachtman, MD:

Pediatric Nephrotic Syndrome
Pediatric Proteinuria and Hematuria
Pediatric Hypertension

Dr. Trachtman is the Director of Pediatric Nephrology, NYU Langone Medical Center, Clinical Translational Research Institute and a member of the National Kidney Foundation Serving Greater New York's Medical Advisory Board.