PRESIDENT, INDIAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY, EAST ZONE- 2014, 2015, 2019 HEAD, DEPT OF ACADEMICS & RESEARCH, AMRI Hospitals, Kolkata- 2010 ACADEMIC HEAD, CMRI Hospitals, Kolkata, 2014
1.3.2015- Date Director & Head of Nephrology, AMRI Hospitals, Kolkata
1.1.2013- 28.02.15 Consultant Nephrologist- CMRI Hospital, BM Birla Heart Research Centre, Kothari Medical Centre (till 8’14), Woodlands Hospital, Head, Dept of Nephrology, AMRI Hospitals, Dhakuria, Kolkata
2004- Dec 2012 Head, Dept. of Nephrology, AMRI Hospitals, Kolkata, India
1.5.2000- 2004 Consultant Nephrologist, AMRI Hospital, Kolkata, India
1.4.98 – 31.12.99 Staff Grade Physician/ Clinical Fellow: Renal Medicine: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK (Teaching Hospital).
FACILITIES AT DEPT OF NEPHROLOGY- AMRI HOSPITALS DHAKURIA
‘Asymptomatic Cardiac Dysfunction in IDDM and NIDDM Cases’- University of Calcutta, for MD & National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, for DNB.
"Catering every patient with excellence forms the foundation of our services. AMRI Hospitals recently performed a successful kidney transplant surgery under Dr. Majumdar's Team on its NRI patient, Gopal Prasad, who consecutively followed a speedy recovery post-surgery. In view of World Kidney Day, our hospital also offers a special Kidney care package starting at just 799/-."
After years of dealing with kidney problems, Mr. Gajendra Shrestha recently underwent kidney transplant at AMRI Hospitals Dhakuria under the treatment of Dr Arghya Majumdar and his Nephrology team. The family came all the way from Nepal for his treatment and are satisfied with the the outcome. Watch them share their experience.
Mrs. Nirmala Tamang went through a kidney transplant and experienced severe bleeding from the kidney surface post-surgery, followed by a cardiac arrest. Mrs. Tamanag was resuscitated and put in the ICU on ventilation. However, a similar situation took place again and her kidney started shutting down. Under Dr. Argha Majumdar's care, her condition improved and she was finally able to get well and return home.