White-Wilson Medical Center


The White-Wilson Nephrology Clinic specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney-related illnesses and provides comprehensive kidney care.

What is Nephrology?

The medical specialty, nephrology, concerns the diagnosis and treatment of various kidney diseases, as well as hypertension, electrolyte imbalances and renal replacement therapy (otherwise known as dialysis or kidney transplant).

About the White-Wilson Nephrology Clinic:

Dr. Charles "Brad" Arbogast is a board-certified nephrologist specializing in comprehensive kidney care. Dr. Arbogast manages all stages of kidney disease as well as dialysis and post-transplant treatment for patients in the Fort Walton Beach area.

As a multi-specialty physician group, White-Wilson physicians collaborate to provide patients the highest level of care. Nephrologist, Dr. Arbogast, is committed to working closely with your White-Wilson primary care physician and other specialists to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is best for you.

The White-Wilson's Nephrology Clinic specializes in the treatment of:

  • Hypertensive Kidney Disease
  • Diabetic Kidney Disease
  • Renal Failure
  • Kidney Stones
  • Kidney Injury
  • Blood or Protein Loss in the Urine
  • Chronic Urinary Tract Infections
  • Electrolyte Abnormalties
  • Acid Base Disorders
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Reflux and Obstructive Nephropathies
  • Renal Parenchymal Disease
  • Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Hemodialysis
  • Kidney Transplant Management
  • Proteinuria
  • Hypertension

What is Chronic Kidney Disease?

According to the National Kidney Foundation, Chronic Kidney Disease affects 26 million Americans and many more are at risk. Chronic Kidney Disease includes conditions that are harmful to the kidneys, prohibiting them from functioning correctly. If left untreated, Chronic Kidney Disease can lead to dialysis or kidney transplant, and a myriad of other health issues including heart disease—the number one killer of men and women in the U.S.

Risk factors for Chronic Kidney Disease include diabetes, hypertension and a family history of kidney failure. Additionally, according to the National Kidney Foundation, up to two-thirds of Chronic Kidney Disease cases are caused by diabetes and high blood pressure. If you have Chronic Kidney Disease, nephrologist, Dr. Arbogast, is committed to providing exceptional care and working with you to develop the most effective treatment plan.

Our Approach to Patient Care:

Our Nephrology Clinic is located in Fort Walton Beach, FL, and part of the community's largest team of physicians in over 20 different medical specialties. The network of medical specialists at White-Wilson fosters a collaborative approach to patient care. By collaborating together, our physicians offer a more comprehensive approach to care that can result in better outcomes for you, our patient.

At the White-Wilson Nephrology Clinic, we believe in taking a proactive approach and working alongside our patients to educate them on their conditions, as well as their treatment options. Early detection, understanding your risk factors and the proper treatment plan are key to keeping Chronic Kidney Disease and other kidney conditions from progressing. Our nephrology team works with each patient's primary care physician and a variety of other specialists to diagnose and treat kidney-related illness and to build specialized treatment plans.

When is dialysis necessary?

Dialysis helps keep the body in balance when kidney function drops below 10 to 15 percent. Dialysis essentially replaces kidney function and removes unwanted waste from the body. The White-Wilson Nephrology Clinic helps patients manage dialysis treatment, with plans to eventually open the White-Wilson Dialysis Center in Fort Walton Beach.

Our Nephrology Specialists

Charles B. "Brad" Arbogast, D.O.
Fort Walton Beach


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Nephrology Clinic
1005 Mar-Walt Drive
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547


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