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Dr. Rajesh Bharani

Dr. Rajesh Bharani

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Nephrology

Consultant - Nephrology

Nephrologist

19 Years of Experience

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About Dr. Rajesh Bharani

A Consultant at the department of Nephrology in Bombay Hospital, Dr. Rajesh Bharani has over a decade of rich professional experience in his field. His area of interest lies in Critical Renal Care, Acute and Chronic renal disease, Pediatric renal care, renal biopsy, Dialysis, CAPD, Renal Transplantation. Dr. Rajesh Bharani has treated several patients suffering from kidney problems in India and gives every patient the best of medical care. Dr. Rajesh Bharani has published several papers in India and abroad and is a member of prestigious medical associations. He believes in promoting health awareness and following a healthy lifestyle.

Education

    Medical School & Fellowships

  • MBBS - MGM Medical College, Indore, 1996
  • MD - Internal Medicine - MGM Medical College, Indore, 1999
  • DM - Nephrology - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, 2002
  • PG Diploma - Medico Legal Systems - Symbiosis, Pune, 2006

Experience

  • Nephrology, Consultant- Bombay Hospital, Indore , currently working
  • Nephrology, Consultant- Mohak Hitech Speciality Hospital, Indore , currently working
  • Nephrology, Consultant- CHL Apollo Hospital, Indore
  • Nephrology, Assistant Professor- Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, Indore

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