Welcome to Vedant Kidney & Skin Clinic

“The greatest wealth is health”

Vedant Kidney & Skin Clinic is a new venture by Dr Jay Shah, a sincere and dedicated nephrologist in Ahmedabad.

At Vedant, we strive to provide quality care to the kidney disease patients by patiently listening to them, identifying the disease and then working hand in hand with the patients to achieve their goals of a better daily life. We aspire to deliver the highest standards of treatment while keeping in mind the concerns of the patient as well as the family members.

Compassion and dedication for patient care is assured at Vedant kidney and skin clinic as the dynamic Dr Jay Shah firmly believes that patients’ satisfaction & health is our prime concern.

About Us

Dr Jay Shah has studied in premier institutes of the country and is passionate about rendering quality care to kidney disease patients. He studied MBBS from BJ Medical College and was a meritorious student throughout. He completed his MD in Internal Medicine from the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi and was always looked upon by colleagues and juniors alike for his dedication for patients. He trained under pioneers of nephrology in IKDRC, Civil Hospital which serves as a benchmark for kidney care hospitals in India.

What We Do




Expertise in kidney transplant

ABO compatible transplant

ABO incompatible transplant

Swap transplant

Management of Acute & chronic Renal Failure

USG Guided Kidney Biopsy

Complicated Urinary tract infection

Resistant Hypertension

Recurrent Kidney Stones


Cosmetology Treatments

Hair and Nail Disease

General Dermatological Diseases

Let's here the reviews

Patients' Testimonial

Kishor N Brahmbhatt

Dr Jay listened to my concerns patiently and provided good care. The staff is also good and friendly.

Mukesh Bhai Shah

Excellent treatment and kind attitude of Dr Jay!


Dr Jay listens to the patients and relatives very patiently and gives good advice regarding treatment. He readily solves all the queries and concerns of the patient.

Jalaluddin Saiyad

Helpful and supportive response from the doctor and the staff. Dr Jay is providing good and effective treatment to the patients.

Ratanben D Makwana

We received very good care and Dr Jay made sure we received proper treatment. We are very happy with the generous and approachable nature of the patient. God Bless

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The Clarifications

Frequently Asked Questions

Kidney Disease

Blood pressure
People with chronic kidney disease should discuss with their doctor the best blood pressure goal for them. For few patients, less than 130/80 is recommended as a treatment goal.

Patients with chronic kidney disease should take regular medicines to slow progression of kidney disease.

Managing other complications
Patients with chronic kidney disease should be evaluated and treated for complications related to kidney disease such as anemia and mineral disorders.

Healthy Lifestyle
Patients with kidney disease should not smoke, should be physically active.

KIdney Stones

Diabetes and high blood pressure

Family history
If someone in your family has kidney disease, you may have a higher chance of developing kidney disease than someone without this family history

Some medications, such as over-the-counter pain medications (NSAIDS), may cause or worsen kidney disease.

Older people and some racial groups may be more likely to develop kidney disease.

A blood test called eGFR (estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate) tells you and your doctor how well your kidneys remove wastes from your body. Normal eGFR is over 100. An eGFR of less than 60 may be because of kidney disease.

Urine protein
Protein is natural in your body but is not normally found in the urine. A test can be done to check for protein in a urine sample. Too much protein could be a sign of damage to the kidney.

High blood pressure
High blood pressure may be a sign of kidney disease.

A picture of your kidneys taken with an ultrasound machine can check the size of your kidneys and for cysts or kidney stones

Kidney disease is when your kidneys are not functioning as they should.

When kidney disease lasts for more than 3 months, it is called chronic kidney disease or CKD.

When the kidney is suddenly injured that is called acute kidney injury or AKI.

Waste isn’t removed
When you have chronic kidney disease, waste products and salts and water are not cleared from your body the way they should be. These waste products accumulate in your body.

Chronic kidney disease usually progresses slowly over time but how fast it progesses may be different from person to person.

Signs or symptoms may not be obvious
Often, few symptoms appear until kidney function is reduced to less than 15% of normal.

Other organs affected
The kidneys talk to many other body systems, including the heart, lungs, brain, blood, and skin. These too may be affected when there is kidney disease.

Managing your health
You are the most important member of the team. You should be an active member on our care team.

Learn about kidney health, ask questions, and talk regularly with us

Working with our team
You will work closely with our team to come up with the plan of care which will make you feel comfortable.

A registered dietician will work with you to set goals for your diet; a physical therapist will help you set goals for exercise and physical activity, and a social worker will help you locate and cope with your kidney disease.

What is the health of my kidney?

What is the cause of my kidney disease?

What type of changes in my diet will help protect my kidneys?

How will I know if my kidney disease is getting worse?

How frequently do I need to consult my nephrologist?

+91 90160 17804

207, Merlin Pentagon, Mahalaxmi Panch Rasta, Paldi, Ahmedabad - 380007


11 am to 7 pm (Monday to Saturday)