About LKPA

The LKPA, established in 1976 by Professor John Walls, is a charity run by volunteers, mainly renal patients or relatives, for the benefit of its members,
who are renal patients, relatives, carers and supporters. It is principally associated with patients throughout Leicestershire who are treated
at Leicester General Hospital and its satellite units. Each renal patient is automatically a member of the LKPA.

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Key Information

Need a kidney transplant?

What’s involved?
How long to recover?


Talk to people on dialysis
Hemodialysis, Peritoneal

Live Donors

How to become a live

Financial Help

Who can help?
Amount I’m entitled to?

Help and Support

How can I get help?
Who will support me?

Leicester General Hospital

About Leicester General

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Volunteers Required

Volunteers required – we are looking for new committee members to help raise awareness and support kidney patients
throughout Leicestershire, if you have any spare time to can give please email: leicLKPA@gmail.com



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