National Renal Office 2010 Headline Statistics
Renal incidence, prevalence and growth figures 2009 based on the annual census December 2009. This i...
Overview of renal services - September 2009
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Aims of the NRO | Current Networks of Renal Unit | News & Updates | Links to Related Agencies
The National Renal Office was established on World Kidney Day 2009 to provide Governance, Integration and Leadership in developing a National Framework for delivering Renal Services in Ireland.
The National Renal Office (NRO) is responsible for planning, co-ordinating and managing the strategic framework of Renal Services across the country. The NRO will inform the service planning process and the decision making process regarding allocation of resources for Renal Services and facilitate an integrated focus on priority areas of concern in relation to Renal Services.
Regional Directors of Operations and local Renal Units will continue to maintain operational responsibility for the delivery of Renal Services within their region. Each of the HSE Regions also has a Clinical Lead for Renal Services.
The National Renal Office is embedded within the National Directorate for Clinical Strategy and Programmes.
National Clinical Director
Dr Liam Plant, Consultant Renal Physician from Cork University Hospital is the National Clinical Director of the National Renal Office.
Regional Clinical Leads for Renal Services
Business Manager - National Renal Office
Mr. Patrick O’ Connor, National Renal Office, HSE, Stewarts Hospital, Mill Lane, Palmerstown, Dublin 20.
Local Renal Administrative Leads
Ms Margaret O'Toole
Siobhan O' Sullivan
The Aims of the National Renal Office.
National Renal Office Priorities.
The immediate priorities for the National Renal Office are:
Renal Service expansion and development will be based on clinical need, in line with priorities identified by the National Renal Office and will encompass the key considerations of: Capacity, Configuration and Governance.
Current Networks of Renal Units.
Beaumont N. Dublin
SVUH (S. Dublin)
Scope of the National Renal Office
The Scope of the NRO includes:
News & Updates:
World Kidney Day 10th March 2011 -
Protect your Kidneys, Save yourheart
A whole variety of information is available to everyone, patients, citizens and health professionals on the following website: http://www.worldkidneyday.org/
Click on the links below to download the WKD 2011 Scientific Editorial and Factsheet 2011 (English)
WKD 2011 scientific editorial (PDF)
WKD Factsheet 2011 (English)
The HSE/NRO is delighted to announce the awarding of the National Kidney Disease Clinical Patient Management System (KDCPMS) to Mediqal Health Informatics Limited.
The implementation of this standardised National Clinical Patient Management System will facilitate the clinical management of all patients with kidney disease, from first presentation to a renal centre right through to renal replacement therapy.
The system will provide a framework for performance monitoring in renal care provision, comparative clinical audit, enhanced delivery and quality of care, strategic planning and effective resource utilization.
Additional information including plans for the national roll out can be downloaded from the link below.
The HSE has recently updated the Renal Blood Borne Viral Disease Guidelines 2010. This report can be downloaded from the link.
The NRO provided an Overview of Renal Services in Ireland - September 2009. This can be downloaded from the link.
Click here for all KDCPMS Newsletters
Click here for reports on Epidemiology of ESKD in Adults in Ireland 2009-2012
Links to Related Agencies
National Renal OfficeHealth Service ExecutiveMill LanePalmerstownDublin 20Email: email@example.com
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