Dr. Arun Halankar

Dr. Arun Halankar Crediplus

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, Senior Fellowship - Nephrology

Honorary Consultant - Nephrology

Renal Transplant Specialist, Nephrologist

44 Years of Experience

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About Dr. Arun Halankar

An Honorary Consultant at the department of Nephrology in Jaslok Hospital and Shushrusha Hospital, Dr. Arun Halankar has over 4 decades of experience in his field. He has extensive experience in Renal Transplantation and several published articles in India and abroad. In additional qualifications, Dr. Arun Halankar completed his Senior Fellowship in Nephrology at Jewish Hospital and Medical Centre in Brooklyn in 1974. Dr. Arun Halankar has treated several patients suffering from spinal problems in India and gives every patient the best of medical care. He believes in promoting health awareness and following a healthy lifestyle. His compassionate patient care and lifestyle advocacy has helped several patients to recover from various disorders.  As a committed doctor, he has undergone specialised training programs and has attended many conferences held across the country.


    Medical School & Fellowships

  • MBBS - King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, 1968
  • MD - General Medicine - King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, 1972
  • Senior Fellowship - Nephrology - Jewish Hospital and Medical Centre of Brooklyn, 1974


  • Nephrology, Honorary Consultant- Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai , currently working
  • Nephrology, Honorary Consultant- Shushrusha Hospital, Dadar , currently working
  • Nephrology, Honorary Consultant- Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai , currently working

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