Department of Nephrology

Department of Nephrology

The Department provides total renal care for adults and children. Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) need proper counselling and quality-care, which our nephrologists provide, by taking cognizance of all aspects of treatment, including early intervention and dialysis, other kidney diseases, like Acute Kidney Failure (AKI), Nephrotic Syndrome and glomerulonephritis are managed comprehensively.

The Department provides an out-patient clinical care section, with complete infrastructure, 14-bedded dialysis unit with latest high-end hemodialysis machines, and a dedicated medical team to initiate as well as manage patients with infection- control measures.


Available Services


Sustained low-efficiency dialysis (SLED)

Peritoneal Dialysis



Frequently Asked Questions

What specialist services does the Nephrology Department provide?

Patients with acute kidney injury (AKI), glomerulonephritis, chronic kidney disease (CKD), and electrolyte imbalances are all treated comprehensively by the Department of Nephrology at Capitol Hospital. In addition, it provides dialysis and kidney transplant assistance.

How can I get an appointment with a nephrologist at Capitol Hospital?

Appointments with our nephrology specialists can be made by contacting the hospital directly at +918427584275 or by emailing You can also request an appointment through our website's appointment section.

Do you provide dialysis treatments?

Yes, our department has modern dialysis machines that allow us to offer patients with kidney failure both hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis services.

Is your hospital able to perform a kidney transplant ?

For patients who qualify, the Department of Nephrology collaborates closely with our transplant unit to enable kidney transplants. Pre-transplant evaluation, surgery, and thorough post-transplant care are all included in this.

What can I expect from my initial appointment at the nephrology department?

Your initial appointment will include a thorough medical evaluation to determine how well your kidneys are functioning and how well you are overall. This could involve a review of your past medical records, a physical examination, and any required lab work. These results will be used by our nephrologists to discuss your treatment options and develop a personalized care plan.