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1136 Thorn Run Road Extension, Suite J1
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Fax (412) 865-0015
West Penn Hospital
4815 Liberty Ave, Suite 250, 2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
Fax (412) 359-4136
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Allegheny General Hospital
320 E North Ave, 4th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Fax (412) 359-4136

Swati Arora, MD, FASN

Dr. Swati Arora is an Assistant Professor, Drexel University. She completed her residency, chief residency, and Nephrology fellowship at Allegheny Health Network-Medical Education Consortium in Pittsburgh, PA.

Though her clinical practice includes a wide variety of patients with kidney disease, she specializes in management of patients with glomerulonephritis (GN), nephrotic syndromes and autoimmune conditions affecting the kidneys such as lupus nephritis, ANCA vasculitis. She also has interest in managing pregnancies complicated with kidney disease and kidney transplant recipients with GNs.

Dr. Arora strongly believes in multi-disciplinary approach to management of complex patients with glomerulonephritis. She is Co-director of Glomerular disease program at Autoimmune Institute located at West Penn Hospital where patients get care from multiple sub-specialties under one roof. She is course director for CME-accredited GN board which is a common platform for discussion of rare and complex patients with GNs among Nephrologists, Rheumatologists, Pathologists and department of Medicine. She is also serving as an Associate Director and Deputy Editor for Harvard CME accredited GlomCon conference series that is attended by Nephrologists and Nephropathologists from over 110 countries. She is actively involved in many research studies that include building GN registry, trials with new drugs for patients with GNs and has many peer-reviewed publications.

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Electrolyte Disorders
Kidney Stones
Lupus Nephritis
Nephrotic Syndrome (Membranous, Minimal Change disease, FSGS)


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Recent Patient Comments

"Dr. Arora is very thorough and caring. She is great!!"

March 31, 2024

"Dr. has brought me a long way with my condition and I am very grateful to her."

January 09, 2024

"Dr. Arora explained everything about my condition and helped me feel better in understanding my condition. She was very patient and helpful."

December 22, 2023

"Dr Arora is a very courteous and caring doctor"

December 06, 2023


October 25, 2023

"Dr. Arora is outstanding."

July 13, 2023



Assistant Professor, Drexel University


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Smt NHL Municipal Medical College


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