About Orange County Kidney

The Nephrologists at Orange County Kidney are specialized doctors with expertise in the kidneys and kidney disease. One of the main responsibilities of the kidneys is to filter waste products from the blood to make urine for removal from the body. The kidneys are responsible for maintaining fluid and mineral balance in the body, as well as producing hormones to signal the production of red blood cells. Our Nephrology doctors care for patients in Costa Mesa, Irvine, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Westminster, Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Tustin, and surrounding cities.

Our nephrology practice specializes in Hypertension, Acute Kidney Disease, Dialysis, End-Stage Renal Disease, Electrolyte Imbalance, Hematuria, Renal Replacement Therapy, and Renal Transplantation.

Dialysis Units Our Physicians Go To
Avantus Newport Mesa
Avantus Newport Beach
DaVita Anaheim
DaVita Anaheim Hills
DaVita Costa Mesa
DaVita Fountain Valley
DaVita Huntington Beach
DaVita Mainplace
DaVita Santa Ana
DaVita Tustin
DaVita Westminster
RAI Garden Grove
RAI Goldenwest
RAI Hospital Circle
RAI Irvine
RAI Newhope
Satellite Dialysis of Orange
Hospitals Our Physicians Go To
Anaheim General Hospital
Anaheim Memorial Med. Center
Chapman Medical Center
Coastal Communities Hospital
Fountain Valley Hospital
Garden Grove Hospital
Healthsouth Tustin Rehab.
Hoag Memorial Presbyterian
Huntington Beach Hospital
Kindred La Mirada
Kindred Santa Ana
Kindred Westminster
Newport Specialty Hospital (aka Tustin Hospital)
Orange Coast Memorial
St. Joseph Hospital
UCI Medical Center
USC Hospital (LA County-USC)
West Anaheim Medical Center
Western Med Center Anaheim
Western Med. Center Santa Ana
Insurances We Accept
All PPO's
Contracted with following IPA
Noble AMA
AMVI CARE Health Network
CalOptima Care network
Family Choice Health Network

About Us

About OC Kidney

The Nephrologists at Orange County Kidney are specialized doctors with expertise in the kidneys and kidney disease.

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Our Physicians

Sandeep S. Dang, M.D.

A graduate from University of Southern California School of Medicine, Dr. Sandeep Dang is passionate about advancing...

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Procedures & Services

Kidney Failure & Disease

Acute kidney failure is the sudden loss of your kidneys' ability to perform their main function of eliminating...

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Why Are the Kidneys So Important?

Most people know that a major function of the kidneys is to remove waste products and excess fluid from the body. These waste products and excess fluid are removed through the urine. The production of urine involves highly complex steps of excretion and reabsorption.

Where Are the Kidneys and How Do They Function?

There are two kidneys, each about the size of a fist, located on either side of the spine at the lowest level of the rib cage. Each kidney contains up to a million functioning units called nephrons.

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