The Kidney Transplant Inpatient Unit at Sunrise Hospital is a 3 bed unit with a dedicated and experienced staff who specialize in the care of patients who are preparing for a kidney transplant or who have had a kidney transplant.To accommodate significant growth in patient volumes the transplant unit was developed to improve the continuum of care between pre- and post-transplant patients.State-of-the-art procedures for kidney transplantation include:
Many members of the interdisciplinary health care team may be involved in your care including transplant unit nurses, transplant surgeons/urologists, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, pharmacists, diabetes specialists, dieticians and community care access center staff.The goal of the program is to provide transplant patients a continuum of specialized care and assist them in every way possible throughout the transplant journey.
He completed his MBBS, MS (Gen Surgery) and M Ch Urology from Christian Medical College, Vellore. He worked as assistant professor and head of urology at SVIMS, Thirupathi, soon after his higher specialty training, developing the department of urology at SVIMS into endourological and reconstructive surgical centre. A further 3 year period was spent at Christian Fellowship Hospital, Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, working as deputy medical superintendent and pioneering urological services in the region.
Dr D Kamalesh Kumar has more than 5 year of experience as Assistant Professor, at Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai. He is trained in Renal Transplant donor and recipient surgery, Cadaver Renal Transplantation, Lap Pyeloplasty/pyelolithotomy/ureterolithotomy, Lap Donor Nephrectomy.