Rashmi Singh is one of a very small number of Consultant female urological surgeons in the country thus offering patients a unique opportunity to consult a female doctor for any urology problem.
Her main practice is in general urology and kidney stones but she also has an interest in female urinary problems. She offers laser and keyhole surgery for kidney stones.
She is one of the lead consultants in the Stone Unit at St George's Hospital.
Rashmi trained at Guys and St Thomas' Medical School. She had a diverse training in the South Thames region in all areas of general urology and developed a sub specialist expertise in urinary stone and upper tract disease.
She completed an MD thesis in prostate cancer genetics at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Institute of Cancer Research. She has had publications in a number of scientific journals and textbooks of urology.
Rashmi was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon to Kingston and St George's Hospitals in 2006. She also provides NHS outpatient services at Surbiton Hospital.
She is a Foundation Training Programme Director at Kingston Hospital and the Training Programme Director for Urology in South Thames
Rashmi is the Governance and Audit lead for the urology department at Kingston Hospital.
She is a member of the executive committee of the BAUS Section of Endourology.
Rashmi speaks Hindi as a second language.
- Kidney stones/renal colic
- General urology
- Female urology-Bladder pain and overactive bladder
- Urinary tract infections
- Prostate disease