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Northern Territory Renal Services

 

Description

The Northern Territory Renal Service is a branch of the Department of Health Northern Territory (NT). The aim of the organisation is to improve renal health in people living in the region. This will be achieved through a high quality, client centred, holistic approach to the prevention, early detection and management of renal disease across the continuum of care. The organisation will provide accessible, accountable and reliable renal services to reduce the number of people with deteriorating renal function.

Abstract adapted from Northern Territory Department of Health

Contacts

Alice Springs
Ph: (08) 8951 6750
Alice Springs Hospital
Renal/Dialysis ward
(08) 8951 7196

Darwin (Nightcliff)
Ph: (08) 8948 9000
(In-centre at Royal Darwin Hospital, Ward 7A)
Ph: (08) 8922 8400

Katherine
Ph: (08) 8973 9360

Tennant Creek
Ph: (08) 8962 4370

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Last updated: 14 October 2014
 
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