The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all our lives, but rest assured our physicians and staff are ready and available to help. As an essential service, it is our goal to maintain the highest quality of care in the safest environment possible, for both our employees and our patients. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office at 927-222-3118. In the meantime, here is information on our current practice status.
Our staff are screened daily for Coronavirus COVID-19 symptoms and practicing social distancing per CDC guidelines and state recommendations. Anyone who is ill must stay home.
Patients who are concerned about their symptoms should call the office for instructions and a possible scheduled time to be seen. Appointments are staggered so no more than two patients are waiting at once and all surfaces are disinfected after each patient and routinely at the end of each day.
Patients who come to the office are also screened for symptoms and taken to an exam room immediately if showing signs of the disease.
We are operating on normal hours, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, Monday through Friday.
Medical emergencies are handled as usual and the physician will determine if the patient needs to go to the hospital for further treatment.
Although some patients still need to be seen in person, we are also offering telemedicine services if the physician determines upon prescreening that the patient is a good candidate for a video call.
For those patients without a smartphone or who are unable to download the app, the physician can arrange a telephone call.
Patients can call the main office number, 937-222-3118, for general information, to schedule an appointment, or for prescription refills. The online portal is available for email communication. Call the office for instructions on using the portal or see the website.
Video conferences (telemedicine) will be arranged in advance with the office staff reaching out to the patient to verify the proper technology and accessibility. The patient will be notified by phone about 5 minutes prior to the appointment.
Important information about your kidneys
Office hours, making an appointment
Forms to complete for your next appointment
We see patients at various local hospitals
More people are at risk and don't know it. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure or family history of kidney disease, you may be at risk of developing kidney disease. Speak with your doctor about testing for kidney disease if you have any of the listed conditions.
Renal Physicians, Inc. is the oldest and largest nephrology group practice in the Dayton area. We are proud to have been the first to bring dialysis to Dayton. This innovative spirit, unmatched knowledge, experience, and passion for treating kidney disease, still drives our practice today. Founded by H. Allan Feller, M.D. in 1968, Renal Physicians, Inc. provides all aspects of renal care including office and hospital consultation, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and care of kidney transplant patients
All our nephrologists are board certified in nephrology, and we have an experienced, transplant fellowship trained physician on staff. Our reputation for effectively managing complicated kidney diseases is the reason Renal Physicians, Inc. is selected most often by patients and family members in the Dayton region.
Our mission is to care for people by providing high quality and cost-effective nephrology services to those needing nephrology care.