Congratulations to our two new faculty members! Drs. Natalie McCall and Megha Salani
July 11th 2018
Vanderbilt Center of Kidney Disease is excited to welcome two new members to our faculty team~!
Dr. Natalie Nesmith McCall joined our division on July 1st as Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology. Dr. McCall received her undergraduate degree from University of Georgia and went on to graduate from Vanderbilt School of Medicine. After graduating she was selected from a large pool of applicants and was accepted as a fellow in the Division of Nephrology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. McCall will begin to take new patients at the TVC clinic and will be very active in home dialysis. She will also be seeing patients at our Williamson County Medical Center facility. Welcome Dr. McCall!
Dr. Megha Salani joined our division July 1st as an Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology. Dr. Salani graduated from the University of Texas in Biology for her undergraduate degree and she graduated from medical school from Texas A & M. Dr. Salani also was accepted to the fellowship program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. After finishing her fellowship program, Dr. Salani worked for Nephrology Associates in Mobile, Alabama. She soon realized that her home was back in Nashville at Vanderbilt. We are so glad she has decided to join our faculty. Dr. Salani will begin seeing patients August 1st and will be involved in home dialysis. Welcome Dr. Salani!