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Cairo Kidney Center (CKC)

3 Hussein Basha Al Meamari, Marouf, Qasr an Nile, 11513 Cairo, Egypt

3.3 1 review
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About Cairo Kidney Center (CKC)

Cairo Kidney Center (CKC) is a group of clinics specializing in kidney diseases and urology. Established in 1987 the group offers medical, diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical services for kidney patients under one roof.

Our centers are located in various locations across Cairo, making it easier for patients and their families to obtain treatment near residence.

Due to the nature of kidney disease, the centers includes several specializations in different areas of internal and surgical medicine, like urology, gastrointestinal system and heart diseases as well as cross- specializations (heart - kidney, liver – kidney, tract - kidney). All centers offer intensive care rooms equipped with the latest dialysis equipment. We also operate an advanced analytical laboratory as well as a department of photogrammetry and sonar.

The group is one of the most famous in the world specialized in kidney transplantation according to the highest international medical standards.

Available treatments:

Cost per treatment
Dialysis HD
In hemodialysis (HD), blood is pumped out of your body to an artificial kidney machine and returned to your body by tubes that connect you to the machine.
Dialysis HDF
Hemodiafiltration (HDF) is a form of renal replacement therapy that utilizes convective in combination with diffusive clearance, which is used in standard hemodialysis.

1 Review








3.3 Mar 9, 2019


Even though i sent them a week before all the documents they asked for,when i arrived no body was waiting for me and no body knew about all my file.
I arrived at 15.30 and left the center at 23.30(8 hours). It took too much to make the documents, jumping from one floor to the other, general medical exam (that is not needed) , blood test (and waiting the furious doctor responsible for the lab) 3 times paying for different services.....
The building is a typical old Cairo building, you do not feel cleanliness but you do not see dirtiness. The personnel is similar to government employees not to private clinic, to the exception of Nour, the man who made me the dialysis,he was perfect and very nice.
The doctor responsible for the dialysis was in front of me in her office for more than 4 hours, but she did not worry coming to me to check the dialysis or to ask me any question. (Typical Egyptian laziness).
Overall this is not the quality you expect to have in a specialized clinic