The Department of Nephrology provides STATE OF ART CARE for patients with different types of renal (kidney) diseases. Acute and chronic renal diseases caused by diabetes mellitus, hypertension, stone disease, infections, hereditary illness and poisons are diagnosed and managed.

The department of Nephrology provide care in all aspects

Kidney biopsies, Critical care nephrology, Hemodialysis are some of the areas we specialize in. With more than 400 Nephrology and over 500 Urological surgeries and more than 1000 patients receive hemodialysis each year, the Centre have the caliber and experience to provide the best of care in Nephrology and Urology. Our nephrologists & urologist team offer treatment services for adult.

Services offered

Outpatient and Inpatient Services

Well experienced & awaited doctors take care of the patients & The physicians are ably supported by a committed team of nurses, physician assistants, and a renal nutritionist.

Treatment for Kidney Failure

Patients with a severe degree of kidney failure cannot lead a comfortable life with medications and dietary restrictions alone. They need a treatment modality known as dialysis, a procedure to purify the blood by removing toxic substances.

The term chronic renal failure denotes a permanent loss of kidney function. When a person has suffered an irreversible loss of more than 90% of kidney function, the patient is diagnosed as having end-stage renal disease. Patients with end-stage renal disease undergo lifelong maintenance dialysis or a kidney transplant.


Haemodialysis is the more common form of dialysis. It makes use of an ‘artificial kidney’ or machine that is known as a haemodialyser to filter chemicals and waste from the blood. In order for the blood to flow to it, a ‘vascular access’ needs to be created. This is basically an entrance to a blood vessel which can be used to connect the machine to you. Depending on the patient’s condition, dialysis may need to be performed for a long or slightly shorter duration.

Hemodialysis Unit

In this state-of-the-art facility patients are continuously monitored by modern electronic devices to provide smooth and comfortable treatment with a greatly reduced risk of complications.

The dialysis therapists work closely with the nephrologists, the trained staff nurses, and medical social workers to provide comprehensive care.

Diagnostic Facilities

The well-equipped clinical laboratories and imaging services offer the necessary facilities for investigating patients with kidney diseases. A powerful MRI, high-speed CT Scanner, provide clear images and functional renal evaluation.