From The Director's Desk

Transplantation is like no other procedure in terms of meticulous planning. Our team carefully completes a series of important steps to ensure that patients are appropriate candidates and are well prepared for transplantation. This care and precision, we believe, is reflected in our higher-than-average survival statistics.

Dr Sandeep Attawar

MBBS, MS (Gen. Surgery), MCh (Cardiac Surgery)

Program Director & Chair,

Institute of Heart-Lung Transplant, KIMS Hospitals

Institute of Heart & Lung Transplant

The mission of the Institute of Heart & Lung Transplant at KIMS is to foster a multidisciplinary approach to the continual improvement of the clinical, scientific, and social aspects of transplantation to improve the lives of patients with end-stage organ failure. We place a strong emphasis on the advancement of basic science and clinically applied research. Our transplant team has a tradition of caring for some of the most medically compromised patients. Nevertheless, the institute has maintained patient and graft survival rates that meet national benchmarks.

Though our physicians have conducted more than 200 transplantations in our programs' history, what really sets us apart is our expertise. As a pioneer in the field of solid-organ transplantation, our program has been consistently challenged with some of the most difficult and complex cases.

Heart Transplant

Krishna Institute of medical Sciences (KIMS) Heart Transplantation Center ranks among the Nation's Top Heart Transplant hospitals. We are a leader in heart transplants and therapies to improve heart failure.
Read More

Lung Transplant

KIMS lung transplant team is dedicated to maintaining the highest level of patient and referring physician satisfaction. The development and successful operation of a complex procedure such as lung transplantation is challenging and requires the integration of many resources within the health center.
Read More

LVAD

LT VAD'S (Ventricular Assist Devices, Long Term), is a miniature third generation pumping device implanted into the heart of a failure patient, which compensates as a pumping device for the failing ventricle. It is a essentially a permanent device for individuals who are unsuitable for a Heart Transplant.
Read More

Meet Our Team

profile photo ofDr Attawar Sandeep
Dr Attawar Sandeep

MBBS, Ms - General Surgery, MCh - Cardio Thoracic and Vacular Surgery

View Full Profile
profile photo ofDr. Vijil Rahulan
Dr. Vijil Rahulan

M.D,FCCP, FACP (USA), AB(Int. Medicine, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine)

View Full Profile
profile photo ofDr. Mahesh B N
Dr. Mahesh B N

MBBS, MS(Gen Surg), MCh (CTVS)

View Full Profile
profile photo ofDr. Prabhat Dutta Mahesh Chandra
Dr. Prabhat Dutta Mahesh Chandra

MD Anesthesia, PDCC Cardiac Anesthesia

View Full Profile
profile photo ofDr. Anoop M
Dr. Anoop M

MD Anesthesia, DNB Anesthesia, European diplomat in Anesthesia and critical care, FNB Cardiac Anesthesia

View Full Profile
profile photo ofDr. Vivek Singh
Dr. Vivek Singh

MD (PULMONOLOGY); FELLOWSHIP LUNG TRANSPLANT(UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO)

View Full Profile
Book Appointment

FIND A DOCTOR

Footer Loading...