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MSMG Nephrology - Marion

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245 Medical Park Drive
Suite B
Marion, VA 24354
36.852817
-81.4873597

Welcome to Mountain States Medical Group-Nephrology in Marion

Nephrology requires precise and delicate treatment for your kidneys. Our physicians are dedicated to caring for you. We understand your concerns and are committed to providing world-class care for you, right here in our region. When it comes to nephrology, we have experience you can trust.

The primary focus of nephrology is the study of diseases affecting the kidneys. This area of medicine is essential because proper kidney function is absolutely vital to maintaining your body’s fluids. The kidney’s most important roles are to filter waste from blood and to regulate the balance of electrolytes. 

Two of the most common diseases affecting the kidneys of people in our region are diabetes and high blood pressure. While prevention through diet and exercise is always recommended, our experienced physicians are here to help. Our team combines the most current treatment options with their expert knowledge to support individualized care for you when you need it most.

Some common issues we treat include:

  • Chronic kidney failure
  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Kidney stones
  • Polycystic kidney disease
  • Reflux and obstructive nephropathies
  • Renal parenchymal disease
  • Urinary tract neoplasms

What's New

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Walmart and Sam’s Club stores to raise money for Niswonger Children’s Hospital

On Monday, June 10, the retailer kicked off its annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals campaign, which runs until Sunday, July 7. As the regional affiliate of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is the recipient of all local fundraising ... read more about Walmart and Sam’s Club stores to raise money for Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

Friday, May 24, 2019

Lindy White promoted to president of Ballad Health’s Northwest Market

Lindy White, chief executive officer of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations, has been selected to serve as president of the Northwest Market, which includes Ballad Health’s two Kingsport hospitals as well as hospitals in Hawkins, Hancock, Wise and Dickenson Counties, and the planned hospital in Lee County. ... read more about Lindy White promoted to president of Ballad Health’s Northwest Market.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Eastman Credit Union provides funding for a new regional mobile blood donation unit

To help Marsh Regional Blood Center keep up with the region's need for blood, Eastman Credit Union donated $295k for the purchase of a new mobile collection unit. ... read more about Eastman Credit Union provides funding for a new regional mobile blood donation unit.

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What's New

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Walmart and Sam’s Club stores to raise money for Niswonger Children’s Hospital

On Monday, June 10, the retailer kicked off its annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals campaign, which runs until Sunday, July 7. As the regional affiliate of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is the recipient of all local fundraising ... read more about Walmart and Sam’s Club stores to raise money for Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

Friday, May 24, 2019

Lindy White promoted to president of Ballad Health’s Northwest Market

Lindy White, chief executive officer of Ballad Health’s Kingsport operations, has been selected to serve as president of the Northwest Market, which includes Ballad Health’s two Kingsport hospitals as well as hospitals in Hawkins, Hancock, Wise and Dickenson Counties, and the planned hospital in Lee County. ... read more about Lindy White promoted to president of Ballad Health’s Northwest Market.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Eastman Credit Union provides funding for a new regional mobile blood donation unit

To help Marsh Regional Blood Center keep up with the region's need for blood, Eastman Credit Union donated $295k for the purchase of a new mobile collection unit. ... read more about Eastman Credit Union provides funding for a new regional mobile blood donation unit.