Fresenius Gold Coast
Private Hospital Dialysis Clinic



Gold Coast Private Hospital
Ground Floor
14 Hill Street
Southport QLD 4215

Ph (07) 3151 4900
Fx (07) 5571 5753

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday

6.30am - 8.30pm

Clinic Features

  • 28 Stations
  • Car Parking On-site
  • WiFi and Foxtel
  • Refreshments
  • Holiday Dialysis
  • On-site medical support

Where we are

We warmly welcome you to our Fresenius Medical Care dialysis clinic, located in the new world-class facility of the Gold Coast Private Hospital. The hospital is located within the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct alongside Griffith University and the new Gold Coast University Hospital.

Access to the dialysis clinic via Tram or private transport is very easily accessible.

The Gold Coast is a very popular holiday destination offering a huge variety of accommodation, entertainment, dining and relaxation. The beautiful pristine beaches sprawl the coastline and only a short drive away brings you in touch with the delightful rainforests of the hinterland.

What we offer

The clinic has 28 haemodialysis stations with the options of Haemodiafiltration (HDF) and High-flux Haemodialysis using the latest Fresenius Medical Care Technologies.

If you would like to make a booking, please phone during our opening hours and we will be pleased to assist you and do our best to accommodate your preferred days and times for treatment.

Additional Services

Weekly doctor visits
  • A nephrologist visits the clinic regularly to supervise your dialysis treatment. This may include reviewing your ideal body weight, blood test results and medicines, and answering any of your dialysis concerns.
Pharmacy service
  • We have access to a full range of pharmaceutical services, including managing, ordering, and delivering your dialysis-related medicines to the clinic.
Nutrition and diet consulting
  • A well-planned diet is vital to help manage your health. We can arrange that you meet with a certified renal dietician to advise you on a suitable diet plan.
Foot massage
  • Massage is a good way to reduce muscle cramps while on dialysis. Imagine how relaxed you will feel getting a foot massage while you are dialysing.

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