Sachin has over 10 years of experience in private health care covering all aspects of Urology including Stones, Blood in urine, raised PSA, prostate and waterworks issues to urological cancers. Personalised care and balanced decision making are central to his clinical approach.
He is keen on innovation and new technology and offers newer treatments for bladder cancer and benign prostate enlargement such as Urolift, Rezum, Bipolar TURP and Greenlight laser.
He attended St George’s Hospital Medical School and his early surgical career was at St Peter’s. He then joined the Northwest London Higher urology rotation to develop sub specialist interests in Cancer and Renal Stones, rotating through Imperial and The Royal Marsden. He was then appointed as Consultant Urological Surgeon to Ashford & St Peters Hospital with a remit of enhancing the Trusts strengths in Endourology, stones surgery and bladder cancer. Another key aim were to re-establish minimally invasive surgery and laparoscopy for Renal cancer at the Trust.
At Charing Cross Hospital he helped to establish a new out-patient based flexible cystoscopy and laser service to manage bladder cancer and teaches on this Nationally and Internationally. He is a member of the NHS GIRFT Bladder cancer group and this technique is now in over 70 UK hospitals. He has also developed an interest in the management of upper tract urothelial cancer.
Sachin has an interest in education and training and has lectured on the Kent & Canterbury, Institute of Cancer research and Royal Marsden Masters programmes.
He enjoys playing squash and is a keen Rugby and Cricket fan.
Leadership roles include:
Runnymede Clinical Chair (2021 - to date)
Clinical Lead at Ashford & St Peters NHS Trust (2016-19)
Trustee of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (2017-2020)
Circle Health Group Medical advisory Committee (since 2015)
- General urology
- Stones (Renal Stones and Bladder Stones)
- Renal cancer
- Prostate Cancer and raised PSA
- Bladder Cancer
- Enlarged prostate (BPH)
- Testis cancer
- Urological cancer
- Urinary tract infections