Division of Nephrology at Lenox Hill Hospital

Division of Nephrology at Lenox Hill Hospital
130 East 77th Street
New York, New York 10075
Doctor in lab coat with stethoscope


The Division of Nephrology at Lenox Hill Hospital has a proud history in developing a comprehensive program dedicated to the diagnosis and therapy of kidney, electrolyte and hypertensive diseases. Members of our division regularly publish scientific papers on important clinical observations in highly regarded nephrology journals.

Why choose us?

The Division of Nephrology has modern diagnostic procedures to identify early forms of kidney (renal) disease.  Patients have therapy options that help avoid complications of a variety of chronic kidney disorders. The Division of Nephrology also specializes in the diagnosis and therapy of fluid and electrolyte abnormalities, including those related to serum sodium. Our nephrologists are recognized for excellence in regard to the diagnosis and therapy of high blood pressure, as well as for the medical evaluation and treatment of kidney stone disease.

Patients in need of treatment for acute and chronic advanced kidney disease will receive comprehensive services at the Sol Goldman Acute and Chronic Renal Care Center. The center has state-of-the-art dialysis technology and offers home care therapies, including home hemodialysis and continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). A multidisciplinary team of specialists provide follow-up care, educational seminars and nutritional counseling to help guide patients through renal and hypertensive therapy.

Education & training

The division offers fellowship training as well as advanced education for those with various levels of medical expertise who are interested in improving their skills in this area. This offering requires our physicians to continually build expertise in the latest medical treatments.


Michael Frank Michelis, MD