Dr. Rajeev Annigeri

Dr. Rajeev Annigeri
Dr. Rajeev Annigeri

Apollo Hospitals Greams Road, Chennai


Dr. Rajeev Annigeri 
Senior Consultant – Department of Nephrology
Apollo Hospitals Greams Road, Chennai

Profile Snapshot

  • Dr. Rajeev Annigeri is a well-known Nephrologist from South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, with 23 years of know-how in his field of renal disorders treatment.
  • He went under special training in Peritoneal Dialysis from University of Missouri, USA. Dr. Annigeri works at Apollo Hospital in Chennai as a Consultant Nephrologist.
  • He has special interest in progression of Enduring Renal ailment, nourishment in Kidney Disease and Critical Kidney injury.
  • Dr. Annigeri ensures fully supportive environment for the patients. The doctor provides many medical services like Adrenalectomy, Kidney Transplant, Hemodialysis, Kidney Surgery, Hemodialysis etc.
  • He got a number of honors for his contributions.


  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • Kidney Stone Treatment
  • Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

Work Experience

  • Total 23 years of experience
  • Working as a Consultant Nephrologist and DNB Trainer, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai
  • Assistant Professor (Nephrology), St. John’s Medical College Hospital, Bangalore


  • MBBS from Karnataka University- 1988
  • MD (General Medicine) from the University of Mumbai- 1993
  • DNB from the DNB board- 1996
  • FCN


  • Indian Medical Association
  • Tamil Nadu Medical Council

Awards & Recognitions

  • Fellowship from International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Indian Society of Nephrology


  • Membranous nephropathy due to chronic mercury poisoning from traditional Indian medicines: Report of five cases. Rajeev A Annigeri, Manan Doshi, Budithi Subba Rao, Prakash C Kowdle, Mahendran Varman; Clinical Kidney Journal, sfy031
  • Bioimpedance Spectroscopy-Guided Ultrafiltration Normalizes Hydration and Reduces Intradialytic Adverse Events in Hemodialysis Patients. Annigeri R A, Patel HV, Kowdle PC, et al.; Indian J Nephrol. 2019; 29(1):1-7

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