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Doctor Joshi



Dr. Joshi is  Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician by American board of Internal Medicine.

In addition to this, he is  Board Certified by Internal Medicine Board of Royal College of Physicians of England and is also certified by  Nephrology Board of Royal college of Physicians of England.

He is highly trained and experienced Medical and Kidney specialist who is dedicated to offer compassionate care for each patient and to help them live full and rich lives. With over 30 years experience, his team provides  specialized medical care and takes pride in treating complicated Medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart failure, kidney failure, and lung problems.
Dr. Joshi received his Initial medical degrees (MBBS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD),  from the prestigious  University of Rajasthan, India.  He later completed his residency at University of Pennsylvania Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia.

He was awarded the coveted Membership of the Royal College of Physicians MRCP(UK) in London, England in 1993.

Subsequently, after completing  3 years of rigorous Nephrology and Kidney Transplant fellowship from the University of NewCastle, England, he achieved Board certification in Kidney Diseases from Royal college of Physicians of England.

His special research interests include Diabetes, High blood pressure and Kidney diseases.



1. Dissertation submitted to University of Rajasthan entitled “Comparative study of different vasodilators on peritoneal clearance in renal failure patients on rapid flow peritoneal dialysis” in 1982.
2. A clinical study of permanent vascular access in hemodialysis patients. Saudi kidney diseases and Transplant bulletin, vol. 2, no2, 1991.
3. “Iron stores in hemodialysis patients assessed by ferritin, ZPP and clinical response”. This paper was presented at Scottish renal association in Edinburgh, 1994. Abstract published in Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplant 1995; 10 Number 5: 752.
4. “Emergency treatment of polycythaemia un a renal transplant recipient: role of intraoperative phlebotomy.” Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation, Vol 11, number 11, 2337.
5. Acute rhabdomyolysis and renal failure in HIV-infected patients: risk factors, presentation and pathophysiology. AIDS Patient Care STDs, 2000;14:541-548.
6. A case report of Green Urine. Tenn Med. 2000 Jun;93(6) 208-9.

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