Mr Sarb Sandhu has been a Consultant Urological Surgeon for 20 years, 15 at Kingston Hospital. He has a special interest in General Urology (prostate, bladder, vasectomy, circumcision and kidney stone), Laparoscopic Surgery, Uro-oncology and Laser Surgery for the prostate (HOLEP). He trained at the Royal Free Hospital in London, and gained his higher surgical training in the North Thames Region and the Royal Marsden Hospital. Mr Sandhu obtained his MD degree on research into Prostate Cancer. He has undertaken periods of elective training, in Boston, Egypt, and Belgium. Sarb Sandhu is trained to carry out the UroLIft procedure - identified as an Outstanding practice in a recent CQC report at the New Victoria Hospital.
Mr Sandhu has recently been appointed Chief of Surgery and Planned Care at Kingston Hospital, and within Southwest London Chairs the Out-Patient transformation and recovery board, as well as the General Surgery Network, at a National level he is Co-clinical Lead for the NCIP Urology programme.
Previously he was the Lead Clinician for both Cancer Services and Urology at Kingston Hospital, and also responsible for Undergraduate Surgical Training. Mr Sandhu has attended the International Leadership Course at Harvard, gained MA in Strategic Clinical Leadership and a Distinction in his Senior Leader’s Masters Degree. Mr Sandhu runs General Urology Clinics for Kingston Hospital at Queen Mary's Hospital, and Oncology Clinics in the Sir William Rous Unit at Kingston.
Mr Sandhu works at three NHS sites, Kingston General Hospital, Queen Mary's Hospital, and St Georges Hospital.
Mr Sandhu is recognised and fee assured with all insurance companies.
- General Urology (prostate, bladder, vasectomy, circumcision and kidney stone)
- Laparoscopy and Laser Surgery for the Prostate