Urologist, Robotic &
Kidney Transplant Surgeon

Consultant & Head of the Department
Department of Urology, Uro-Oncology and Renal Transplantation
Manipal Hospital, Dwarka, Delhi


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About Dr. Vikas Jain

Dr. Jain is an accomplished, dynamic, and experienced urologist, robotic and kidney transplant surgeon, renowned for his exceptional patient care. With a blend of scientific expertise and a personal touch, Dr. Jain approaches each patient with empathy, understanding, and professionalism. His commitment to excellence in urological care and kidney transplant surgery is reflected in his track record of successful outcomes and satisfied patients.

Since Apr-2024


Consultant & Head: Manipal Hospital

Took over as Consultant and Head: Manipal Hospital, Dwarka, Delhi on 1st April 2024.

In this role, he would be driving the hospital’s high-end urology and kidney transplant services, ensuring that patients receive top-notch care and cutting-edge treatments. With Manipal Hospital being a flagship institution of MEMG in Delhi, he will not only serve domestic patients but also attract international patients seeking advanced medical care. Leading the urology and kidney transplant services at such a prestigious institution like Manipal Hospital is a significant responsibility and an exciting opportunity to make a real difference in healthcare.

Jul-2022 to Mar-2024

Fortis Hospital

Previously, assigned as Director and Unit Head at Fortis Hospitals Shalimar Bagh and Vasant Kunj.

In this role, he was involved in the development of the specialty at both these flagship hospitals of Fortis group.

Oct-2017 to Jun-2022

Director :
Narayana Health

Previously assigned as Director, Urology and Renal Transplantation, Narayana Health, Delhi/NCR.
Narayana Health is a Bangalore-based healthcare group running 25 hospitals in India. They ventured into Delhi/NCR through strategic partnership with Dharamshila Cancer Hospital (now known as Dharamshila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital and acquisition of a new hospital in Gurugram, Narayana Superspeciality Hospital. Dr Vikas Jain has been entrusted with the responsibility of establishing the urology and kidney transplant department in both these hospitals.

Jun-2012 to Sep-2017

Associate Professor & Head : ILBS

Previously assigned as Associate Professor and Head, Renal Transplant and UrologyInstitute of Liver & Biliary Sciences, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. ILBS is an autonomous institute under the Government of NCT of Delhi. It is “Deemed” university and an apex-teaching institute for hepato-biliary sciences. Dr Vikas Jain commenced the Urology and Renal Transplant department at ILBS in 2012.  Under his dynamic leadership, it became the first and only dept. in Delhi govt. run hospitals to offer state-of-the-art urology and renal transplant services in a short span of  5 years.


To Indian J Urology and various other peer-reviewed national and international journals.

Council Member

Renal Transplant section of Urological Society of India (USI)


More than 15 of his senior residents have gone on to join urology residency programmes in premier institutes having qualified the entrance exams.

18+ Years of Extensive Surgical Experience

• Robotic Urological Surgeries

• Kidney transplant & related procedures
• Laparoscopic Urology ( incl. Donor Nephrectomy)
• Vascular access for hemodialysis
• Endo-urology (PCNL/miniperc, ureteroscopy, RIRS)
• Laser Urological Surgeries
• Reconstructive Urology (Open and Laparoscopic)
• Uro-oncology
• Pediatric Urology
• Urethral Surgery
• Andrology

Feedback & Reviews

This is the first time I’m writing a review for a doctor. Could not have been happier or more satisfied with the services. The clinic is beautiful. Super clean and functional, everything is so systematic and calming. As for the doctor, I spoke to Dr.Vikas Jain and I have never seen a calmer/nicer doctor. He will cater to all your needs and questions and queries no matter what. Most doctors I have seen are brash and rude and to the point, Dr.Vikas is super soft spoken, and assuring. 10/10 for the experience. I’m in the middle of my treatment but his reassuring words were also very very helpful.


Satpal Jain

Pitampura, Delhi

“I was being evaluated for marginally high PSA and there was lot of confusion whether it was because of cancer or something else, when someone referred me to meet Dr Jain. He had so much clarity on the subject. Ultimately it was not found to be cancer and recently he operated on my prostate to relieve my urinary complaints.”

G S Sharma


” I have been on dialysis and did not have a fistula. My veins were very thin and I was suggested graft surgery by many. Dr Vikas evaluated me in detail and planned for graft surgery. But, during surgery he could find a good vein and he brought it to the surface and made a fistula. I was so happy that I did not have to undergo a graft surgery and had a working fistula using my own vein.”

Jayanti Bagga


This is the first time I’m writing a review for a doctor. Could not have been happier or more satisfied with the services. The clinic is beautiful. Super clean and functional, everything is so systematic and calming. As for the doctor, I spoke to Dr.Vikas Jain and I have never seen a calmer/nicer doctor. He will cater to all your needs and questions and queries no matter what. Most doctors I have seen are brash and rude and to the point, Dr.Vikas is super soft spoken, and assuring. 10/10 for the experience. I’m in the middle of my treatment but his reassuring words were also very very helpful.

Rhythm Saluja

New Delhi
I had attended the Madhuban Kidney Care and service. It was amazing! The staff are very friendly, helpful and professional. My first meeting with Dr. Vikas Jain, he gave me confidence and comfort. His words are the best reason for me to overcome the issue.
I would highly recommend visiting Madhuban Kidney Care.

JMEP Factory

New Delhi
Caring compassionate comforting doctor. Humble and very knowledgeable Urologist. Nice mannerism and practical approach to patients' problem. He made my relative feel very supported and welcomed. Dr Jain is certainly an asset to the hospital/ clinic.
I wish him all the success in different walks of life. Thank you once again.
Wonderful experience with madhuban kidney care. Dr Vikas jain and Dr Suman lata nayak are a wonderful doctors. They are very understanding and listen to all my concerns. They takes time with the patient to help them with their health issues. The staff of clinic are always helpful and kind. They always ensured that i had a smooth prep, sugery and follow up. I am so glad that i chose (MKC) and would highly recommend to anyone looking for a specialist.
My experience with urology team at Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh was very good. Recently, I underwent robotic surgery for prostate cancer by Dr Vikas Jain. The entire process was very smooth and I am happy with the care that I got. Thanks to Dr Vikas Jain , Dr Abhinav Jain and Mr Yashwant
Great medical office, wonderful and warm experience from start to finish. Appreciate Dr. Vikas Jain taking time to go over the diagnosis clearly and treatment options. Clinic Atmosphere was admirable and staff well trained.
Dr. Vikas Jain has one of the best, reliable and most welcoming clinics in our area . I visited him recently and did not have to wait too long to see him. We were quickly reviewed, plus the clinic was very well maintained, hygienic and clean. The doctor himself is friendly and shows professionalism.
I had come from Uttarakhand for my Father's treatment. I had seen 5 star reviews on google for this particular clinic. I was thinking how can it be possible for some clinic to have 5 star reviews. But after visiting the clinic and after meeting Ma'am I came to know that why is it 5 star. Maam is amazing and a very professional lady. She treats her patients with utmost care and also answeres each and every question of the patient. Her nature towards her patients is very kind and polite and her suggestion and advice are perfectly amazing. She surely deserves 5 star review.
Dr. Vikas Jain was extremely helpful, very knowledgeable and managed to make me feel very comfortable. I was properly informed about my health and care. The staff was very accomodating and on top of things. Highly recommended.
I am grateful to Dr. Vikas Jain and his staff as they have done Renal Kidney transplant of my wife and my is 100℅ O. k. I am also grateful to Dr. Sumanlata Mam and Dr. Harish Saini as my wife was in critical situation and they have prescribed medicine on receipt of medicine my wife is 100℅ O. K. and they adviced me to inform about better from time to time.

    The Journey So Far

    The approximate prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in India is 800 per million population and the incidence of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is 150–200 per million population. Nearly 16,000–18,000 patients (8-10% of new ESRD cases) in India get renal replacement therapy. So as can be seen, there is still a large void between the number of kidney patients and the ones who are actually able to get a successful kidney transplant done for them.

    Thus, in India there is still a long way to go with respect to CKD. Lots of attention and efforts are being focussed at kidney ailments worldwide as the problem appears to be ever increasing, involves humongous costs and is associated with increased morbidity & mortality. Hence CKD has been the centre of focus of health planning and has not even spared developed world. It is important to realize and make note of the fact that for every one patient with end stage kidney disease requiring dialysis or transplant, there may be more than 300 patients with chronic kidney disease. These figures are staggering given the scarcity of awareness amongst people and even more worrisome being the relative dearth of good transplant surgeons in India that may be counted on fingers!

    Above figures should be sufficient to inspire a surgeon to opt for kidney transplant surgery as profession. The same was the case with me and having witnessed the woes and agonies of kidney failure patients; I always wanted to pursue this noble cause to alleviate their troubles. End stage kidney disease is not only physically, socially and emotionally torturing, but also takes a heavy financial toll on the patients who are sometimes compelled to forego their immovable assets in a bid to arrange for treatment costs. Many of the sufferers are from small villages and hinterland and often have to bear the brunt of lack of adequate and good surgical facilities at their places.

    I still remember vividly each and every step and milestone of the journey that started 12 years back. 1000…. may be just a number for some. For me it’s a religion. Having completed 1000 successful kidney transplants recently, it was extremely gratifying to serve these 1000 grief stricken families. Not to underscore, each transplant means two surgeries as it involves surgeries to remove kidney from a donor and to implant the kidney in a patient. It was an exultantly glorious feeling to mentor/start kidney transplant programme in 22 different hospitals/institutions across 8 states in India and was fortunate to nurture talent in young budding transplant surgeons. Having independently started the first Renal Transplant and Urology Department in a Delhi Government hospital was another feather to the illustrious cap.

    The transplants involved not only adult recipients but also paediatric patients. The youngest donor was a 16 month old in a first and only case of its kind in India. I was also fortunate enough to perform first non heart beating donor (NHBD) transplant in Delhi/NCR and successfully implanted 2 kidneys of the deceased donor in 2 different patients that could grant lease of new lives to two different families.

    But I realized over the years that finding an appropriate and suitable donor is really daunting especially in Indian scenario and the shortfall of donors is striking. The deceased donor donation rate in India stands at a poor 0.34 per million. In our country, many cultural and religious beliefs influence the decision making regarding deceased organ donation. I tried to circumvent this menace by doing many cadaveric (deceased) transplants and accepting many marginal donors for the procedure. Did many swap transplants for the patients who could not find blood group matched donors.

    The surgical technique had to be altered for some special cases and it was a new learning experience with each patient. Of special mention are the kidneys with multiple arteries that require special surgical expertise and proficiency. This was exemplified many times and also with the 1000th case that had 3 renal arteries and the transplant was refused by many surgeons before the patient finally coming to me. The surgery was successfully carried out and the patent discharged within 10 days. Looking back at the journey, carrying out back to back 4 transplants in 36 hours was very special and will always be etched in memory.

    It was a fantastic journey. May God continue to give me strength and passion to impart the best of treatments to each and every patient.

    Organ donation is one of the greatest acts of compassion, the ultimate final act for an individual at the end of one’s life.

    Master Chang Yen