Arvind Shah, MD FACP

"I have been practicing Nephrology in Kern County since 1975. My interest in kidney disease started while researching Kidney Involvement in Diabetes Mellitus, a thesis submitted for my doctorate degree to the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. I have always enjoyed helping my patients affected with chronic kidney disease and other ailments. I am grateful for learning from them the values of sacrifice, endurance, grace, and faith in God."

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine (current)
Diplomate, American Board of subspeciality of Nephrology (current)
Diplomate, American Board of Geriatric Medicine (1988-2018)

Nephrology Fellowship
Oklahoma University Medical Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 1970 to February 1971

Nephrology Fellowship
University of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
February 1968 to February 1970

Resident in Internal Medicine
Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital
Hines, Illinois
March 1967 to February 1968

Resident in Internal Medicine
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Baroda, India
January 1964 to January 1967
Awarded post graduate degree in Internal Medicine in 1967

Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Baroda, India
1958 to 1963

Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Oklahoma Medical Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Founder and Senior Managing Partner
Kern Nephrology Medical Group

Medical Director of Davita Dialysis Units
Bakersfield, California
Since inception of the units until 2009

Chief of Medical Staff
Mercy Hospital

Chairman, Department of Medicine
Mercy Hospital

Chairman, Department of Medicine
Memorial Hospital
1978 to 1980

President, Kern County Heart Association

Board of Directors, Kern County Medical Society
1984 to 1986

Consultant, Medical Board of California

Chair of Credential, Utilization, and Quality Assurance
Various hospitals in Bakersfield

American College of Physicians
1975 to Current

American Society of Nephrology

Renal Physician Association