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A view of NephroPlus at Amar Hospital with its medical equipment, beds and staff.
A view of NephroPlus at Amar Hospital with its medical equipment, beds and staff.

NephroPlus at Amar Hospital

NephroPlus at Amar Hospital Income Tax Office Road, Bank Colony, 147001 Patiala, India

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About NephroPlus at Amar Hospital

NephroPlus is one of the largest groups of dialysis centers in India. Each NephroPlus center has state-of-the-art dialysis machines. All dialysis consumables are of the highest quality, providing treatments of international standards to all visitors. 

During dialysis treatments at NephroPlus a certified team with years of experience is always attending to ensure a smooth and safe session. 

All NephroPlus centers follow the "NephroPlus Way", which is a set of protocols that encompass all aspects of dialysis, which are extended throughout the entire procedure of a dialysis session.

Facilities & Amenities:
At NephroPlus we do our best to make you feel like home and make your stay as pleasant as possible by providing a variety of facilities and amenities:

• Experienced medical and nursing staff.
• English speaking personnel with vast experience in holiday dialysis.
• A medical team always attending during dialysis sessions.
• Personal TV sets.
• Free Wi-Fi.
• Light snack.

Quality & Safety:
At NehroPlus we focus on safety and precaution to make dialysis in India even safer. We have introduced a 56 step standardized dialysis procedure, followed for each dialysis session, across all NephroPlus centres. We provide dialysis services to HIV and HCV patients, offering the same high standards and the safety of isolated spaces. 

We constantly introduce additional care features for our patients for painless and effective dialysis. At NephroPlus patients can opt-in for buttonhole needles, which make dialysis a painless affair.

Available treatments:

Cost per treatment
Dialysis HD
In hemodialysis (HD), blood is pumped out of your body to an artificial kidney machine and returned to your body by tubes that connect you to the machine.