Royal Free Hospital Kidney Patients Association

The Royal Free Hospital Kidney Patients Association (RFHKPA) is a registered charity (number 277711). The association is run entirely on a voluntary basis for the benefit of renal patients and membership is open to all Royal Free London renal patients.

The RFHKPA represents the interests of and raises issues on behalf of Royal Free London renal patients. The association has patient representatives in satellite units at Tottenham Hale, St Pancras, Edgware and Barnet. RFHKPA provides advice and directs patients to appropriate services or organisations. It works closely with social workers to provide funds for patients with hardship problems.

The RFHKPA also organises fundraising activities, collects donations and makes responsible spending donations. It produces information literature and organises patient and family social events and day trips, as well as promoting national renal events. The funds donated are used to purchase medical equipment to help renal patients have improved outcomes, purchase equipment to make patients’ lives more bearable and to support hardship or personal development cases.


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RFHKPA newsletter cover page April 2018Quarterly newsletter

The Royal Free Hospital Kidney Patients Association produce a quarterly newsletter. Browse the last few editions below:



Watch this space for details of 2018 events

RFHKPA committee meetings

9 April, 14 May, 4 June, 2 July 7pm The Atrium, ground floor, Royal Free Hospital

Transplant education sessions for kidney patients and families


Patient information sessions: For low clearance patients




Nii Plange (chairman) 07725 347 925

Jill Slann (membership secretary) 020 8886 1483

Louis Toussaint (unit representative) 07761 000 387

Jeremy Gold (treasurer) 

David Myers (life-president)

All KPA committee members are voluntary helpers. Phone calls will be returned as soon as possible.