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Dr. Ch Adeel Ebad

Dr. Ch Adeel Ebad

Consultant

Nephrologist

  • Qualifications MBBS, MRCPI
  • Gender Male
  • Fee 4000
  • Total Experience 15 Years

Introduction

Dr. Adeel Ebad is working as a consultant - Nephrologist Shifa International Hospital Islamabad. He is a graduate of Nishtar Medical College Multan. Later, he completed his MRCPI from Royal College of Physicians Dublin – Ireland and did his training in Internal Medicine & Nephrology. He holds an ESENeph (European Specialty Examination in Nephrology) and a Fellowship in Adult Nephrology from the University of Toronto. He has worked among well-known hospitals like Beaumont Hospital Dublin, Ajmera Transplant Center & Toronto General Hospital Canada. His special interests include treatment of *Acute Kidney Disease *Chronic kidney disease *Hypertension *Diabetic Kidney Disease *Hemodialysis & Peritoneal Dialysis *Kidney Stone Prevention *Kidney Disease in Pregnancy *Transplant Nephrology, i.e., ABO – compatible , incompatible & Highly Sensitized Kidney Transplants. *Glomeurolonephritis.

Shifa International Hospital

Address

Shifa International Hospitals Ltd. Pitras Bukhari Road, Sector H-8/4, Islamabad


Monday to Thursday

05:00 PM to 07:00 PM


Saturday

05:00 PM to 07:00 PM


Sunday

12:00 PM to 04:00 PM

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