Inspired Patient Care
Founded in 2007, Renal Services operates twenty four dialysis units across the UK. We aim to improve patients’ quality of life, allowing them easier access to local haemodialysis and more personal freedom.
Inspired Patient Care
Our nurse-to-patient ratios are above the recommended national average to improve individual patient care and encourage nurse retention. Renal Services employs around 220 specialist staff to treat more than 1,600 regular, local patients on behalf of the NHS.
Inspired Patient Care
Our professional staff respect each patient’s right to dignity and independence. They will always discuss treatments, examinations or support services with a patient before starting these, to confirm their personal choices.
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Safety & Quality
Safety and quality are a priority for Renal Services. As a company, we manage all aspects of clinical care, quality control and infection prevention at each of our clinics. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulates our services and we are proud of the fact that we consistently achieve 100% compliance with the CQC requirements, year after year.

Excellence in Patient Care

All the Renal Services clinics provide dialysis patients with efficient, effective community-based services that offer: • Friendly, professional care to meet individual needs; • TVs, headphones and refreshments during treatment; • The latest medical technology for specialist therapies; • Clean, comfortable surroundings.


As an independent company, Renal Services is not limited to one manufacturer’s products, we can provide the most appropriate dialysis machines and latest therapeutic options to suit each patient’s needs. By offering patients local dialysis units and holiday dialysis centres, we can also help them stay independent for longer.


Renal Services is at the forefront of innovation in the management of End Stage Renal Disease. We are an early adopter of new technologies in dialysis and vascular access and we support the development of new therapies, medical devices and drugs that improve patient outcomes.


Meet our senior management team. They guide our company in it’s quest to achieve our values and goals for Renal Services’ patients and professional staff. All our management team members have considerable experience working within the dialysis industry in the UK.

Kathy Lloyd

Managing Director

Kathy has worked as a renal nurse specialist since 1994 and has been involved in the development and management of dialysis centres in the UK since 1998. She has managed renal services for Total Renal Care, Fresenius Medical Care and The London Clinic. As HR Project Manager at The London Clinic, Kathy was a key specialist in the delivery of the Human Resources strategy in enabling the organisation to become the employer of choice and in securing cost savings of over £1.5m in the first year of the project.

Kathy is responsible for the delivery and management of all clinical services provided by Renal Services, incorporating human resources management and business development. She provides nursing leadership to ensure the highest level of professional practice and patient care is met.

In addition to being a qualified RN, Kathy has an MBA, BSc Honours Degree in Health Services Management and she is PRINCE 2 qualified.

Dr Neluka Weerasooriya

Director of Strategy and Business Development

Neluka has over 20 years experience in renal nursing in both public and private sector hospitals. Her academic background is in chemistry and she has a PhD in Organic Chemistry. Neluka is responsible for the co-ordination and development of clinical governance activities and for the Renal Services’ registration programme with the Care Quality Commission. She is also responsible for monitoring standards of care in all the renal units and leads on all tendering for new business.

Manjinder Dhaliwal

Director of Finance

Manj is responsible for financial management at Renal Services including statutory financial statements. Prior to joining Renal Services, Manj worked at the Health Professions Council (HPC) as a Financial Accountant where she was responsible for managing public funds and cash-flows together with balance sheet management.

During her time there, she was also involved with the replacement by HPC of its predecessor, the Council for Professions Supplementary to Medicine, and recently in the transfer of the General Social Care Council to HPC. Previously she worked as a Budget Accountant for Ferns Management Consulting where she was responsible for both management and financial statements. Manj is a qualified chartered accountant and an associate member of CIMA; she holds a BA (Hons) degree from the University of Kent.

Patient Experience

Quality Assurance

Our Clinics


Renal Services is now part of the DaVita International Group Company. Headquartered in London, the DaVita International Group is part of DaVita Inc., a health care provider focused on transforming care delivery to improve quality of life for people receiving dialysis treatment globally. DaVita delivers kidney care services to ~240,000 patients across ~3,200 clinics in 11 countries. Over the past 20 years, DaVita has been recognised as a leader in clinical quality and innovation, with improved outcomes, reduced hospitalisations and higher patient satisfaction.