Dr. Ronald Gibbons
Comprehensive Kidney Institute Of West Texas
318 N Alleghaney Ave
Odessa, TX, 79761-5074, USA
Phone: (432) 558-0497
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|Specialities :||Internal Medicine, Nephrology|
An internist or Internal Medicine doctor is someone who specializes in diagnosing and treating illnesses, diseases, and health problems. Most internists are also primary care doctors and treat patients on a regular basis. They can diagnose and treat common illnesses or more serious problems. Most people see an internist regularly. Those with chronic illnesses may do so on a monthly or even weekly basis. Internists are the most common types of doctors.
A nephrologist is a medical professional who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders that affect the kidneys. Nephrologists are often referred to as kidney specialists. Some nephrologists also do research that helps them learn more about kidney diseases, so they can produce better treatments for their patients.
|Conditions :||Sinusitis, Shortness of breath, Lead poisoning, Diphtheria, |
Carbon monoxide poisoning, Ebola, Dizziness, Ear Infections, Acid Reflux, Adolescent Medicine, Arthritis, Pharyngitis, Preventive Care, Sports Medicine, Well Child Care, Women's Health, Acne, Abnormal Menstrual Cycles, Allergies, Obesity, Syncope, Jaundice, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Chronic Kidney Disease, Glomerular Disease, Dialysis, Low sodium (hyponatremia), End Stage Kidney Disease, Kidney Cancer, Low Potassium (hypokalemia), Nephritis, Nephrotic syndrome, Edema Swelling
|Procedures :||Dialysis, Kidney Biopsy, Urinalysis, Kidney Transplant|
|Medical/Dental/Professional School :||Other|
|Graduation year :||1996|
|Affiliated Hospitals :||Medical Center Hospital|
Yoakum County Hospital
Midland Memorial Hospital
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