At NephroPlus, guest care always comes first. For us, it is more about the number of smiles we have put on our guests’ faces than about the number of dialysis sessions we have done or the number of injections sold. By focusing on quality, we have changed the way people think of dialysis in the country. What bigger testament to this than the fact that our guests love us!
Contributed by a NephroPlus guest, Mrs. Kanthi Sivasankaran
1. Raw rice 200 gm
2. Potato 2 small pieces
3. Mustard ½ tea spoon
4. Chana dal Broken 1 tea spoon
5. Green Chilli 1 piece
6. Garam Masala 1 table spoon
7. Paneer grated 1 cup
8. Cooking oil 1 table spoon Salt – a pinch
Leach the potatoes, mash them and mix with grated paneer along with garam masala.
For the base:
– Wash the raw rice and leave it soaked for 1 hour.
– Decant the water and spread the rice on a piece of cloth.
– Allow it to drain all the water and grind it in the mixer to a fine powder.
– Sieve it to remove the unground granules.
– Keep the ground rice powder aside.
– Take 2 tspn cooking oil and fry (thadka) mustard and chana dal.
– Add the thadka along with the chopped green chilli and salt to the dry rice powder.
– Mix the entire powder thoroughly.
– Boil about 200 ml of water in a vessel and add the mixed powder slowly and keep stirring so that it becomes viscous.
– Knead hard enough to make small balls. Add water if it becomes too hard while cooking.
– Flatten the ball and stuff it with the paneer-potato.
– Seam the ball.
– Steam the balls in an idli holder in a pressure cooker without the weight whistle for 10 minutes. (Spread a little oil on the idli plates to avoid sticking.)
– Serve hot!
Dialysis Olympiad is our exclusive event for dialysis patients…
At NephroPlus, we firmly believe that every person on dialysis can – and should lead a normal life. By a normal life, we mean to be able to work, to exercise, travel and have fun. To prove to the world that this really is true, we organise the the World’s only Dialysis Olympiad – an Olympics style event exclusively for those on dialysis.
Our training academy
As NephroPlus expands across different cities and states, there is one challenge that continues to bother us – the severe shortage of trained and certified dialysis technicians and nurses. We believe that these people, who actually interact and treat our guests are the most important in the entire team. These are the people who actually provide the care. These are the people in whose hands, the lives of our guests lie.
It is imperative, therefore that we make sure that these people are the best.