Our practice aims to help patients obtain optimal health while navigating the complexities of renal disease.

Dr.Raghuveer Kura MD FASN FNKF

Dr Kura completed his medical school training at Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, Maharashtra, India. He then completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Nephrology from Penn State University and College of Medicine and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He is trained and Board certified in Interventional Nephrology as well.

Dr Kura has been practicing Nephrology in Southeast Missouri since 2010. Dr Kura has treated thousands of patients throughout the years in many different settings, including the local hospital, outpatient dialysis units and outpatient clinic setting.

Kaci O’Neill MSN FNP-C

Kaci is a lifelong resident of Southeast Missouri. She graduated from Three Rivers College in 2009 with her Associates Degree in Nursing (RN). She worked as a home health nurse and then an Emergency Room nurse while pursuing her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. She graduated from Walden University in 2016 with her Master’s of Science in Nursing and has practiced as a Hospitalist Nurse Practitioner and Nephrology Nurse Practitioner in the hospital and outpatient settings.

April Dover, Secretary

Sonya Monaghan, CMA

Cally Vas, CNA

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