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Richard E. Wing, M.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 275-4517

Administrative: (585) 274-0202

Office: (585) 275-4517

Fax: (585) 442-9201

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Faculty Appointments

Patient Care Settings

Hospital Medicine, Nephrology


Dr. Wing is Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology. His clinical practice is geared toward the entire breadth of general nephrology. His approach emphasizes patient autonomy and practical practical solutions to disease management issues. For every patient he seeks to balance the issues of health, functional status, and quality of life.


Over 70% of hemodialysis patients start dialysis using a hemodialysis catheter for vascular access despite clear evidence that using hemodialysis catheters, rather than AV fistulas or grafts, result in worsened patient health outcomes, worsened quality of life, and increased health costs. I use non-interventional research methods, such as retrospective cohort analysis, to illuminate approaches toward improving hemodialysis access.




    MD | New Jersey Medical School

    Post-doctoral Training & Residency

    07/01/2004 - 06/30/2006
    Fellowship in Nephrology at University of Rochester Medical Center

    06/24/2001 - 06/23/2003
    Residency in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center

    06/24/2000 - 06/23/2001
    Internship in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center

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    2009 - 2010
    Buswell Fellowship


    Journal Articles

    Haris Murad Richard Wing Jianbo Li Jesse D. Schold Kevin A. Fiscella. "Outcomes Following In-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in People Receiving Maintenance Dialysis" . Kidney Medicine. 2021; .

    Ayman Sawas; Timothy M. Baran; Thomas H. Foster; Joseph Reis III; Richard E.Wing; Randeep Kashyap; David Brhel; Talia Sasson. "Long-Term Patency of Arteriovenous Fistulae Salvaged by Balloon Angioplasty with and without Accessory Vein Embolization: A Retrospective Study". Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 2017; 28(5): 714-721.

    Catherine A. Moore; Michelle H. Malabanan; Scott E. Liebman; Susan L. Ziolkowski; and Richard E. Wing. "In-patient Permanent Access is associated with Reduced Catheter Time for Emergent Start Hemodialysis Patients" . SM Journal of Nephrology and Therapeutics. 2016; 1(1): 1002-1006.