The Department of Nephrology at Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute offers a wide spectrum of services for the diagnosis, treatment and management of all types of Kidney Diseases. A dedicated team of well-qualified, experienced nephrologists works hand-in-hand with expert urologists, vascular surgeons, dieticians and the medical social worker to provide best quality comprehensive kidney care.


Key Features:

  • Nephrology Out-Patient Consultation Services (Monday to Saturday)

  • 24×7 Emergency Kidney Care Services including Haemodialysis

  • Bedside Haemodialysis facility available for critically ill patients admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) / Intensive Cardiac Care Unit (ICCU)

  • 11-bedded Artificial Kidney Dialysis (AKD) Unit operational in 3 to 5 Dialysis Shifts from 7:00 am - 11:00 pm (Monday to Saturday including public holidays)

  • Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojana available for Maintenance Haemodialysis

  • Facility for Kidney Transplantation (Live Donor / Diseased Donor) available

  • In-house Urologists (Kidney Surgeons) and Vascular Surgeons available to address all urological and vascular access issues respectively

  • Spiritual Care Services offered to all patients undergoing dialysis to help improve their quality of life



  • Nephrology Consultation for out-patients and in-patients

  • Management of medical conditions like:

    • Acute Kidney Diseases

    • Chronic Kidney Disease

    • Diabetes & Kidney Disease

    • Hypertension & Kidney Disease

    • Hereditary Kidney Diseases (Adult-onset Polycystic Kidney Disease)

    • Nephrotic Syndrome

    • Glomerulonephritis

    • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)

    • Protein in Urine

    • Blood in Urine

    • Swelling of Face and Feet (Oedema or Edema)

    • Urinary Tract Infection

    • Palliative Care for terminally ill End-stage Renal patients

    • Nutritional Services for Kidney Disease patients



  • Bio-Chemical and Radiological Services related to Kidney Disease

  • USG guided Kidney Biopsy



  • Plasmapheresis

  • Renal Replacement Therapy (RRT) replaces the normal blood-filtering function of the kidneys. It is used when the kidneys are not functioning well, which is called renal failure and includes Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). At the onset of CKD the kidneys are not much worse. Hence the patient is treated with specific drug abstinence and kidney-friendly diet. Later when there is a significant reduction in the functioning of kidneys and their condition worsens, dialysis needs to be done, ultimate treatment option being kidney transplantation. Thus Chronic Kidney Disease treatment options include:

    • Drug abstinence and Kidney-friendly Diet

    • Dialysis – Haemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis

    • Kidney Transplant

  • Interventional Procedures performed:

    • Temporary vascular access procedures like Jugular or Femoral Dialysis Catheterization and Perm Catheter insertion

    • Fistulogram and Venoplasty

    • Therapeutic Vascular Embolization

    • Renal Artery Stenting


Dr. Jyotsna Zope

MD (General Medicine), DNB (Nephrology)

Consultant Nephrologist

Dr. Nitin Sonavane

MD (General Medicine), DNB (Nephrology)

Consultant Nephrologist

Dr. Ankit Mody

MD (General Medicine), DNB (Nephrology)

Consultant Nephrologist & Renal Transplant  Physician