TKC is a not-for-profit specialized hospital providing quality care to patients suffering from kidney disease. TKC opened its door to the public in 1985 with a small dialysis unit consisting of just two machines. Today, TKC provides comprehensive quality renal care to patients suffering from kidney and bladder problems. It has 100 in-patient beds, four operating theatres, and intensive care unit (with ventilators) for both adults and paediatrics, and a full range of Urological, Nephrological and transplant services.

Patients suffering from kidney diseases are at risk of having other diseases as well, therefore the Centre also offers non-invasive Cardiology services as well as Gastroenterology services with Endoscopic facility. Consulting Clinics provide services in almost all specialties including nephrology, urology, transplant, cardiology, haematology, gastroenterology, general surgery, neurology, psychiatry, diabetology, paediatrics, physiotherapy and nutrition.

Being a community project, TKC has also undertaken the task of educating the masses about common renal ailments which, when left unattended, lead to drastic, life threatening complications. It is very active in educating and spreading knowledge about health and disease prevention at all levels of society including schools, workplaces and public places. It continuously engages in activities and events whereby education and awareness is maximized.

The Kidney Centre was awarded certificate in 2007. The NPO Certification for meeting standards in the areas of internal governance, financial management, and programme delivery by the PCP in 2017. The PCP renews the certification every three years.

VISION STATEMENT

We shall be a premier philanthropic Institution for renal and renal-related diseases.

MISSION STATEMENT

We will provide welfare assistance to those in need thereby ensuring that no one is denied treatment simply because they cannot afford it.

We will be a regional centre of excellence in health care with state of the art facilities and professional expertise.

We are committed to the awareness, prevention and cure of renal and renal related diseases through ethical and sustainable means.

We will move towards greater collaboration with international institutions to develop the scope of our research and educational objectives.

We will ensure that the best environmental health practices and monitoring are adhered to at all times.

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