Serving Mobile, Baldwin, Clark and Monroe Counties in Alabama.
West Mobile
Mid-Town Mobile
Bay Minette

We serve Baldwin and Mobile County with five different offices. Get all the contact details for the location closest to you. 

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We provide a comprehensive variety of kidney health services and treatments, as well as anemia manage- ment services.

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Nephrology Associates of Mobile is proud to serve the patients of our community with the Gulf Coast's  leading nephrology doctors.

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Established as the only private nephrology practice in the area, we've been serving Mobile, Baldwin, Clark and Monroe Counties with compassionate care since 1972. Nephrology Associates are acute kidney injury specialist and offer dialysis management in Alabama. Nephrology Associates specializes in chronic kidney disease. If your blood pressure becomes uncontrollable, Nephrology Associates are high blood pressure specialists. Nephrology Associates are electrolyte disorder specialist. Nephrology Associates is your CKD and Polycystic kidney disease physician in AL.


Our comprehensive variety of kidney health services include:

Chronic Kidney Disease

End Stage Renal Disease

Dialysis (all modalities)


Renal Transplants


Kidney Stone Prevention 

Dedicated to your health, we offer state-of-the-art treatments for a wide range of renal problems paired with the area's leading nephrology doctors. Our doctors and staff work closely with patients and their families to provide attentive care, guidance and education. Schedule your visit today. We look forward to meeting you.



We had a great turnout from Nephrology Associates of Mobile at the Alabama Kidney Foundation Walk on March 5th.  Thanks to all who came out and showed their support. 

Quick Health Facts

  • 80% of your salt intake has already been processed in your food before you buy it.

  • Adverse effects of a high salt diet are increased risk of kidney stones, decreased effectiveness of blood pressure medications and increased heart thickness.

  • Diabetes and hypertension are the leading causes of kidney failure and dialysis.