Chronic kidney disease (CKD) was identified in 2008 as an important health issue by the National Renal Advisory Board working in conjunction with Ministry of Health. It has been defined in the scoping paper entitled New Zealand’s Renal Services: Towards a national strategic plan.

  1. The purpose of this National Consensus Statement is to articulate best practice in the identification and management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in primary care. It is intended as a guide for clinicians and managers in both funder and provider organisations.


For more information about Managing Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care National Consensus Statement 2015 click here