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Dr. Uma Ali

Dr. Uma Ali Crediplus

MBBS, MD - Paediatrics, DCH

Senior Consultant - Pediatric Nephrology

Paediatric Nephrologist

37 Years of Experience

2 Awards

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Fees: INR 1500

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Fri02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Wed02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Mon02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

About Dr. Uma Ali

Dr. Uma Ali is a Consultant of Pediatric Nephrology with an experience of more than 37 years in the field and currently practises for the SRCC Children’s Hospital. She is an exceptional doctor with an education to demonstrate that, she has done her MBBS from the renowned Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai in the year 1985. Dr. Uma Ali has also done MD in Paediatrics and DCH. She is the member of medical associations and societies like the Indian Society of Pediatric Nephrology Association. Prior to joining the SRCC Children’s Hospital, he practised for Jupiter Hospital, Lilavati Hospital & Research Center, Bandra (West); and BJWHC, Mumbai.  

Education

    Medical School & Fellowships

  • MBBS - Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai, 1985
  • MD - Paediatrics - ----
  • DCH - ----

    Memberships

  • Former Chairperson - Indian Society of Pediatric Nephrology Association

    Training

  • Training - Paediatric Nephrology - B J Wadia Hospital for Children, Mumbai

Experience

  • Paediatric Nephrology, Senior Consultant- SRCC Children's Hospital, Mahalaxmi , currently working
  • Pediatric Nephrology, Consultant- Jupiter Hospital , currently working
  • Pediatric Nephrology, Consultant- Lilavati Hospital & Research Center, Bandra (West) , currently working
  • Nephrology , HOD- BJWHC, Mumbai

Awards and Achievements

  • British council scholarship as visiting fellow in paediatric Nephrology at UK
  • Visiting fellow in Paediatric Nephrology at Kidney Centre, Kitasato, Japan

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