National Kidney Foundation, Inc.

National Kidney Foundation, Inc.

National Kidney Foundation, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

1950

Headquarters

30 EAST 33RD STREET, NEW YORK, NY, 10016

Charitable Causes

Kidney Diseases

Employees (Worldwide)

317

Industries

Other Business & Consulting Services
Hospitals & Patient Services

Company Description

National Kidney Foundation, Inc. provides awareness on kidney and urinary tract diseases. The organization helps to increase the availability of all organs for transplantation. The company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Medical Officer

Chief Science Officer

Division President

Division President

Executive Vice President, Compliance

Senior Vice President, Health Policy & Research

Senior Vice President for Program Development & Innovation

Senior Vice President, Field Services

Board of Directors

Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at Equus Capital Partners Ltd.

Professor of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania - Perelman School of Medicine

Chief Executive Officer at Urban Land Institute

Partner at Thompson Coburn LLP

Chief Executive Officer at National Kidney Foundation, Inc.

Director, Comprehensive Hypertension Center at The University of Chicago Medical Center

Executive Chairman at Adeptus Health, Inc.

West Growth Markets Leader at Ernst & Young LLP

Former Head, US Public Affairs at Novartis AG

Vice President for Consumer Marketing at AT&T, Inc.

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Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$33.6M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$10K - $50K
2014
$1,000 - $4,999
2014
$100K - $250K
2014
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