Dr. Kolhe received the M.B.B.S degree (1992) from Lokmanya Tilak Medical College, Mumbai, India and the M.D (1996) and D.M (1998) degrees from the King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India. He subsequently completed Nephrology training from Leeds and London and obtained his CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) in internal medicine (2005) and Nephrology (2006).
He worked in the Hypertension unit at St. George’s Hospital and has extensive experience in managing resistant hypertension. Since 2006, Dr. Kolhe has been a Consultant in Renal Medicine at the Royal Derby Hospital. He was an expert adviser on the UK NCEPOD ‘Adding Insult to Injury’ (AKI) study and was involved with the development of electronic recognition for AKI in Derby in 2010 and AKI-care bundle in 2014
He was the co-chair for the NHS England AKI Measurement work stream and is member of AKI-Clinical Study Group (CSG) and Peritoneal dialysis (CSG)