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Snehal Patel, MD

Dr. Patel chose nephrology because of the complexity of the patient. The best mentors that he had in residency were nephrologists. This also influenced him to pursue a career in nephrology. Renal disease can be a life-altering diagnosis. Being a nephrologist gives Dr. Patel the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life.

His most common procedures include:

  • Dialysis
  • Plasmapheresis
  • Insertion of temporary and tunnel dialysis catheters
  • Graft and fistula angiograms
  • Graft and fistula thrombectomies
  • Vein mapping

Dr. Patel considers himself to be down-to-earth, easy to get along with, and relatable. In his free time, he enjoys exercising, traveling, watching sports, and spending time with his family.

KHC Leadership Positions

  • Executive Board Member
  • Secretary
  • Compliance Officer

Professional Title

  • Medical Director Davita West Chester Hemodialysis
  • Past member – Davita Physician Leadership Council

Board Certification

  • Nephrology
  • Internal Medicine


University of Louisville


University of Louisville

Medical School

Ross University


Emory University

Professional Associations

  • The American Society of Nephrology
  • American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology

Patient Reviews

Dr. Patel is the epitome of what an amazing doctor is. He has treated 4 generations of my family, and I cannot even begin to find the words to express my appreciation for him and his whole team. My gratitude is insurmountable.

My experience as a new patient with Dr. Patel left me confident that I can that he will be proactive in my care and communications. He was patient, listened to my concerns, explained what would happen next, and the importance of repeating the 24-hour urine kidney store risk assessment. He also made me feel at ease with his sense of humor. I left the office thinking I had just met a good physician who genuinely cares about his patients.

Very professional, excellent staff and doctor Patel is the best. I have been with him for many years throughout my dialysis and after my transplant.

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