The Singapore Clinic for Kidney Diseases was started by Dr Pary Sivaraman in 2006.
Prior to starting this clinic, Dr Pary Sivaraman practised at the National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore.
He was the former Director of the Adult Kidney Transplant Program and managed several complex kidney transplants including cross match positive kidney transplants and combined bone marrow and kidney transplantation that resulted in transplant tolerance. He actively managed all types of Renal Medicine inpatients and outpatients and General Internal Medicine inpatients
At NUH, he was involved in several hospital committees that included the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Evidence Based Medicine.
He was a member of the Transplant Advisory Committee and the Renal Care Committee that provided advice to the Ministry of Health, Singapore on Transplantation and Renal Medicine, respectively. He provided expert advice on various renal related medications to the regulatory authority, Health Sciences Authority, Singapore
He was an active member in the Specialist Training Committee for Renal Medicine, Singapore that provided guidance in training of renal physicians (nephrologists).
He took part in various clinical research projects and presented at high level international meetings that included the American Society of Nephrology, American Society of Transplantation, European Society of Transplantation, etc.
After starting his clinic, he has continued to manage complex kidney transplants including second transplants, transplants in hepatitis B positive patients, ABO incompatible kidney transplant, etc. He continues to manage all type of Renal Medicine patients and General Internal Medicine patients.
He has also introduced double filtration plasma pheresis (DFPP) in kidney transplantation and in the management of immune mediated kidney diseases that didn't respond to standard therapy. He has used DFPP in other immune mediated diseases eg demyelinating polyneuropathy, etc. He was the first doctor locally to perform LDL pheresis to manage patient with severe dyslipidemia.
He was also a member of the Medical Advisory Board, Mt Elizabeth Hospital, Orchard. He has been Chairman of Medical Quality Assuarance Committee and represented the Nephrology Urology Specialty Interest Group. He is the current Chairman of the Transplant Specialty Interest Group of Parkway Group of Hospitals.