Sameer Gupta, MD

Sameer Gupta

As a nephrologist, Dr. Gupta sees patients with kidney-related illnesses and helps them effectively manage their healthcare needs. He provides primary and consultative services to patients with a variety of kidney-related conditions, including: acute and chronic kidney failure, diabetic kidney disease, fluid and electrolyte disorders/management, glomerulonephritis, hematuria, hereditary kidney disease, cystic diseases of the kidney, hypertension, medical management of recurrent kidney stones, and proteinuria.

A graduate of Dayanand Medical College & Hospital in Ludhiana, India, Dr. Gupta completed his Internal Medicine residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine/St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in New Jersey. Following his residency, Dr. Gupta pursued a Nephrology fellowship at Froedert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is board certified in internal medicine.

“People do better when they understand their own disease and why certain things are being done to get them better,” according to Dr. Gupta. “I collaborate with my patients to clearly define the disease process, provide them with treatment options which are most current and standard of care, and help them choose what best fits their needs.” “I look forward to bringing the level of care and expertise that people have come to expect from bigger centers like Froedtert & the Medical College closer to home in Fond du Lac, WI”. Dr. Gupta and his wife have two young children. He enjoys biking, swimming and music and loves to spend time with his family. He is fluent in English, Hindi & Punjabi.

Read what his patients are saying: "Dr. Gupta is the best! He is caring and is always willing to go the extra mile for his patients!"


Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, Ludhiana, India


Mount Sinai School of Medicine/St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, New Jersey


Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin - Nephrology


Internal Medicine, Nephrology

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