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10 Best Kidney Transplant Hospital in Mumbai

Renal disease, one of the most common yet complex medical conditions. If the condition worsens, you may require a transplant to replace the damaged organ with healthier ones. Looking for the best treatment within your budget. Here, is the list of 10 best kidney transplant hospital in Mumbai where you can avail the finest and cost-efficient treatments.

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Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital

Vileparle West, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

190 Doctors
350 Beds
8 Ambulances
  • Latest diagnostic and therapeutic amenities delivering finest pre and post-operative care.
  • State-of-the-art operation theatres with ultra-modern intensive care unit.
  • Perform laparoscopic donor nephrectomy ensuring minimal pain and early recovery.
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S L Raheja Fortis Hospital

Mahim, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

184 Doctors
315 Beds
1 Ambulance
  • A leading kidney transplant center with world-class medical infrastructure.
  • Implement the latest treatment to rehabilitate patients with acute and chronic kidney failure.
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Jaslok Hospital

Peddar Road, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

104 Doctors
364 Beds
5 Ambulances
  • First renal transplant performed in the year 1974.
  • 100+ renal transplants are performed per year.
  • 75 ABO-incompatible transplantations done.
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Global Hospital

Parel, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

55 Doctors
200 Beds
12 Ambulances

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  • First hospital to perform combined Kidney and Heart transplantations in India.
  • Well maintained diagnostic and surgical units with advanced technologies.
  • Perform interventional procedures like cadaveric and solitary renal transplant, laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, combined liver-kidney, and kidney-pancreas transplants.
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Fortis Hospital

Mulund West, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

114 Doctors
261 Beds
2 Ambulances
  • Equipped with high quality transplant facilities for successful renal transplantation.
  • 1500+ kidney transplants performed including pediatric transplants, HIV positive transplants, ABO-incompatible transplants, and cadaveric transplants.
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Saifee Hospital

Charni Road, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

90 Doctors
256 Beds
2 Ambulances
  • Efforts of transplant surgeons with modern equipment have helped deliver higher success rates.  
  • Offer advanced services to kidney transplant patients under ethical guidelines.

 

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Bombay Hospital & Medical Research Centre

Marine Lines, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

91 Doctors
900 Beds
3 Ambulances
  • First healthcare to start kidney transplant in India.
  • More than 25 years of expertise in kidney transplantation. 

 

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Hinduja Hospital

Mahim, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

65 Doctors
400 Beds
3 Ambulances
  • The renal transplant center performs 60+ renal transplants every year.
  • One of the top renal transplant unit for cadaveric donor transplantation.
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Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Andheri West, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

52 Doctors
750 Beds
3 Ambulances
  • One of the largest renal transplant centers with living and cadaveric transplant facility.
  • Offer innovative surgical procedures like paired kidney exchange, ABO-incompatible transplant, laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, etc
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Lilavati Hospital And Research Centre

Bandra West, Mumbai

Open 24x7

Highlights

70 Doctors
323 Beds
1 Ambulance
  • Nephrology unit has world-class equipment with cutting-edge technology.
  • Was one of the first departments of the hospital and is the largest department in the facility.
  • First in the city of Mumbai to start facility for hemodialysis in the ICU setting for acutely ill patients. 
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Questions & Answers on "Kidney Transplant" (7)

Please help me, my father is scheduled to have a kidney transplant next week. Is there any chance of failure in this procedure? And if yes, then what happens next?

Asked by Vansh on 21st January, 2020 at 5:30 am

Transplant it is a super major surgery. Any kind of transplant has its complications, and graft rejection is one of them. There are many other complications associated with the transplant therefore transplant needs a multidisciplinary approach and a team of experts to deal with such patients.

 

Consultant kidney transplant doctors as they will be in a better position to guide you accordingly, because everything depends on patients age, his condition associated comorbidities, the match of the graft and many other factors. Consult a transplant specialist for guidance. Hope our answer helps you.

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Hello Sir, my grandmother is suffering from kidney disease. I want to ask that when it is necessary to transplant a kidney and how long does a kidney transplant patient survive?

Asked anonymously on 9th January, 2020 at 6:51 am
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Hello i wanna ask about the artificial kidney. does anyone plant this machine?if yes tell me about the results. thank you

Asked anonymously on 28th December, 2019 at 7:17 pm
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Hi dear, I am from Nepal, 60 years male and am under hemodialysis since 2 years back. For the first year I was more centralized in myself and much concerned how much hemodialysis was safe. I met people under dialysis for 8 years to even 12 years. I even met few people come back a year or two after successful kidney transplant. Then , I used to think this is OK, my life expectancy was not more than 18 years then. But this winter I witnessed 4 critical deaths at my dialysis centre, which left me more unsafe and worried. Now I also am infected with HCV+ at this moment. I am a diabetic patient since 2001, Three years back I had a minor hemorrhage There is only one centre in my place where i can dialyze. So in a way I am handicapped, can not travel. Now something came up my mind, if I could find a volunteer Donner in India, the hospital fee is actually affordable. Considering all my health condition is it possible for me to perform transplant. If you see it possible please advise. Thank you. Regards. Nero

Asked anonymously on 29th August, 2019 at 1:44 pm
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