What People Say
The staff is nice and helpful. The doctor answered all of my questions. The exam was really thorough which, you just don’t get anywhere else. It’s nice to have a doctor who actually cares. A+
We take pride in treating people who require dialysis as well as providing ongoing care that supports our patients’ quality of life. Dr. Brockway and our Centers have been repeatedly recognized for outstanding program support by the State of Texas Kidney Foundation.
We are one of the few independent, privately owned and operated dialysis clinic operations serving San Antonio and the surrounding area. Our three Kidney Treatment Centers offer a variety of services to patients with End Stage Renal Disease. These include dialysis treatment options, hemodialysis, nutritional support, as well as social services support.
Kidney & Blood Pressure Center offer ongoing care for patients with kidney-related disease such as chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, and many other conditions. Our goal is to improve our patient’s quality of life by meeting their medical needs.
Our team is led by Dr. Bruce A. Brockway, a board certified nephrologist and internist. With over 30 years of experience, he has an extensive knowledge in the areas of hypertension, geriatrics, critical care medicine, and nutritional support. He is supported by a team of registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, certified hemodialysis technicians, social workers, and a registered dietitian.
Bruce Brockway, a native of Minnesota, received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, in 1970. He graduated in 1974 from the University of Minnesota Medical School and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society.
Dr. Brockway completed internal medicine training as well as a nephrology sub-specialty fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He was awarded a research grant from the National Kidney Foundation. In 2007, Dr. Brockway was awarded “The Gift of Life Award” (A Kathryn Dial Murray Award) from the National Kidney Foundation of South and Central Texas March 2007.
Dr. Brockway was recruited to a faculty position at the University of Chicago Medical School but chose to remain in San Antonio to raise his family and serve his patients’ needs. Dr. Brockway went on to join the clinical faculty at UTHSC-SA as a Clinical Professor of Medicine where he taught medical students, post graduate students, and nurse practitioner students.
Dr. Brockway certified in Geriatrics, Critical Care, Clinical Hypertension by the American Society of Hypertension, and in Nutritional Support. His focus has always been on the patient.
He previously served as the Chief Nephrologist at Santa Rosa Medical Center Hospital while working as a Nephrologist in their dialysis unit. He held an Ethics Committee position and was involved with nutritional support in the ICU at that time. Dr. Brockway served in Quality Assurance/Utilization Review for Santa Rosa Hospital and Baptist Hospital.
Dr. Brockway has served on the Board of directors with the National Kidney Foundation and is a present Board of Directors Member for the Texas Kidney Foundation. In January 2020, he was appointed to serve on the Texas Chronic Kidney Disease Taskforce by Governor Abbott.