Meet the Team 

Dr.Adil Fadl Obeid

M.D. M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.P. (IRELAND)

Dr. Adil Obeid is the Medical Director of AMSA Group & Senior Nephrologist in Dubai. With 40 years of experience in Nephrology and Internal Medicine he is one of the most renowned Nephrologists of the Gulf. After being trained in Khartoum teaching Hospitals in various fields of medicine, in particular, the tropical diseases hospital which was affiliated to the national research council and the institute of tropical medicine at the time, he obtained wide and extensive experience in internal medicine by working in the Middle East/Gulf region (U.A.E) for well over two decades which includes more than a decade in exclusively British run hospitals in the U.A.E. He is credited for developing and establishing the first Dialysis Center and the nephrology department in Sharjah, U.A.E.

Dr.Mustafa Jamal Ahmed



Dr. Mustafa Ahmed graduated from Kings College, London and trained in Nephrology at Middlesex Institute of Nephro-Urology and also at Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital UK. He has extensive experience and he is very famous nephrologist in Dubai and his areas of expertise include Diabetic Kidney disease, Dialysis, Renal stone disease, Lupus nephritis & Glomerunephritis.

Dr.Mahesh Kumar (Seychelles)


Dr. Mahesh Kumar graduated from Medical College Bangalore, India and then did his post-graduation in Pediatrics and Nephrology and has many years of experience in Paediatric Nephrology, Interventional nephrology & Critical Care Nephrology.


Dr. Janifer Nisha Chellatha 

MD (Doctor of Medicine) VOLGOGRAD

Dr. Janifer graduated from Volgograd State Medical University in Russia. She has a Medical Professional License issued by Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCC), Government of Dubai (UAE). She did her "Fellowship in Dialysis" at Medvarsity and Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Foundation in India. Prior to joining AMSA Renal Care, she had a huge experience working at leading hospitals in India. She is also a Member of Indian Medical Council and Tamil Nadu Medical Council. 


Be Active

Be Active

Regular exercises strengthens you to combat weakness due to CKD.

Be Hydrated

 Normal =   2500ml 
CKD     =   750ml


Be Smoke-free

Smoking reduces the efficacy of your medicines.

Be in Control

Monitor your blood pressure & sugar periodically to remain in control.