Dr. Manish Singla is the Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician at Mayo Healthcare. He has an excellent academic record with Gold Medal from the University of Delhi. He has been actively involved in various research projects at SMS, Jaipur and PGI, Chandigarh. He has an illustrious medical career in prestigious institutes like P.G.I. Chandigarh and MedantaMedicity, Gurgaon. He is an astute clinician and dedicated to the profession.  He has keen interest in Renal transplant and dialysis and holds a fellowship in Transplant Nephrology from the University of Toronto, Canada.

Dr. Manish Singla

MBBS, MD (Internal medicine),
DM (Nephrology)
Senior Consultant Nephrologist & Transplant Physician
MD Gold Medalist – Delhi University
DM Nephrology
Fellowship Clinical Nephrology University of Toronto, Canada
Formerly Consultant Medanta, Gurgaon
Ex PGI Chandigarh
Now working in
Mayo hospital, Mohali


2009:- Gold Medal from University of Delhi for best MD candidate
2007:- Prize for best poster, MAMC Golden Jubilee Medicine Update, New Delhi
1999:- Ranked 31st (99th percentile) in All India level M.B.B.S (Medical School) entrance exam out of 2,00,000 candidates
1999:- Awarded prize for being among top 10 best students of state in 12th Board Exams


2014 till present :- Mayo Hospital, Sector 69, Mohali
2014 -2015 :- Extensive experience in Transplant involving New Ontario Organ allocation system with virtual cross matching at St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto.
Clinical Nephrology and Dialysis unit handling at Sunnybrook Health sciences Centre, Toronto
2013-2014 :- Associate consultant Nephrology and transplant at Medanta
2010-2013 :- Three years as Nephrology Fellow with rigorous experience covering full spectrum of clinical nephrology and perioperative handling of transplant patients
2009-2010 :- Administrative experience as SMO in managing busy PGI emergenc


2011-2013 :- Nerve conduction velocity abnormalities in patients of CKD stage 3, 4 and 5 – subgroup analysis at a tertiary care centre in India. Dr Vinay Malhotra , Department of Nephrology, SMS Medical College, Jaipur

2011-2013 :- A prospective study on uremic neuropathy comparing clinical and electrophysiological parameters before and after renal transplant. Dr Vinay Malhotra, Department of Nephrology, SMS Medical College, Jaipur

2011-2013 :- Percutaneous CAPD catheter insertion compared to traditional surgical approach: single centre experience. Dr Vinay Malhotra, Department of Nephrology, SMS Medical College, Jaipur


  • Managing Renal transplant unit
  • Temporary dialysis catheter insertion (Femoral, Jugular and Subclavian)
  • Acute peritoneal dialysis catheter insertion
  • CAPD Tenckhoff catheter insertion (percutaneous)
  • TunnelledPermcath insertion
  • Real time transplant and native kidney biopsy


Manish Kumar, Falodia J. Epidemiology and Risk Factors for Chronic Kidney Disease, Elsevier Clinical Queries: Nephrology 2012 October Issue

Manish Kumar, D Agarwal. A rare case of allograft renal artery thrombosis in a patient with protein S deficiency. Indian Journal of Nephrology. ISNCON 2011 Scientific proceedings

Manish Kumar, N P Singh, H S Hira, R Dewan, Sachin Kumar, S S Rathore. Prevalence of sleep disorder in chronic kidney disease patients on hemodialysis and the effect of quality of sleep on health related quality of life. Indian Journal of Nephrology 2007; 17(3):122

Manish Kumar, N P Singh. Acute renal failure dysfunction in burns-incidence, mortality and prognostic factors-a prospective study. Indian Journal of Nephrology 2006; 16(3):105

Manish Kumar, N P Singh. A rare case of bilateral pheochromocytoma in a pregnant female and successful outcome with total bilateral adrenalectomy. Indian Journal of Nephrology 2006 ;( 3):118

N P Singh, Manish Kumar, Astha Gupta. Acute post infectious glomerulonephritis. Scientific proceedings of 2nd Annual Congress of Indian Academy of Nephrology March 2007: 1-6


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