Mr Sachin Agrawal, Urological Surgeon

Mr Sachin Agrawal MB BS, FRCS (Urol)

Urological Surgeon

MB BS, FRCS (Urol)

Areas of expertise

  • Endo-urology
  • Keyhole surgery
  • Men's health
  • Urological cancer
  • Urological surgery
  • Uro-oncology

Recommendations for Mr Agrawal

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Recommended by:

  • byMiss Devanna Rajeswari, Gynaecologist & Obstetrician

    Mr Sachin Agrawal is a great person to work with and very good with his surgical skills.

  • byDr Ravinder Kaur Kooner, GP

    Recommended Urologist

  • byDr Ravinder Kaur Kooner, GP

    Recommended Urologist

  • byMiss Devanna Rajeswari, Gynaecologist & Obstetrician

    Mr Sachin Agrawal is a great person to work with and very good with his surgical skills.

  • Address

  • BMI The Runnymede Hospital

    Guildford Road, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, GB, KT16 0RQ

  • Nuffield Health Woking Hospital

    Shores Road, Woking, Surrey, GB, GU21 4BY

  • Charing Cross Hospital

    15th Floor, Fulham Palace Rd, London, GB, W6 8RF

  • St. Peters Hospital (NHS)

    Guildford Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 0PZ

  • Charing Cross Hospital (Honorary Consultant)

    Fulham Palace Rd, London, GB, W6 8RF

  • About Mr Sachin Agrawal

    GMC number: 6029534

    Year qualified: 2001

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Mr Sachin Agrawal serves as a Consultant Urological Surgeon to Ashford & St Peter's Hospital, where he treats cases in endourology, stones surgery and bladder cancer. He has played a leading role in establishing minimally-invasive surgery and laparoscopy for renal cancer at the hospital. He is the current clinical lead in urology and runs the trust grade educational program.

    Mr Agrawal 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 hone his skills in general urology and the management of lower urinary tract problems, along with developing sub-specialist interests in oncology and stones, at Imperial and The Royal Marsden. At Charing Cross Hospital, he helped to establish a new outpatient-based flexible cystoscopy service to manage non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer with a new 1470nm laser diode. He has also developed an interest in the management of upper tract urothelial cancer.

    A keen rugby follower, badminton and squash player, Mr Agrawal is also an avid traveller with further interests in photography and architecture.

    Areas of expertise

    • Endourology
    • Keyhole surgery
    • Stones
    • Men's health
    • Urological cancer
    • Urological surgery
    • Uro-oncology
    • Renal cancer
    • General urology
    • BPH
    • Testis and prostate cancer
    • Renal laparoscopy
    • Endourology
    • Bladder cancer
    • Urothelial cancer

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    Urology encompasses several different tumor groups and benign conditions. It can be anywhere from kidney stones, renal colic with groin pain, infections with temperatures, testicular swelling. Men commonly present with voiding problems. They might have poor flow or reduced stream. They might be urinating more often. They might be waking up from their sleep frequently to urinate.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    From a voiding perspective, I offer functional assessments including urodynamics. For prostate treatment surgeries, I offer UroLift, rezum procedure, ablasion, green light lasers, et cetera. For the treatment of stones, I offer endourological treatments using lasers to break up stones, lithotripsy, et cetera. From a renal cancer perspective, I offer laparoscopic core open surgery. For haematuria, I offer endourological resections and laser treatments.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    I’m a general urologist. I’ve got interest in oncology, from bladder cancer to renal cancer and screening prostate cancer. I do a lot of treatment for stones. My training has been encompassed with two years of oncology-focused training and two years’ worth of stones-focused training. I manage a lot of the BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia) within my practice.

  • Professional memberships

    Other specialists recommended by Mr Agrawal

  • Dr David Fluck, Cardiologist

    Dr David Fluck is quite a senior cardiologist and he is medical director at St. Peter’s. He is someone who generally will help sort out issues and address them.

  • Mr Nicholas Watkin, Urologist

    Mr Nick Watkin is a very experienced surgeon. He’s led innovation within the UK sphere. He’s a very nice individual and always provides a good service.

  • Mr Shashi Irukulla, General Surgeon

    Mr Shashi Irukulla is a bariatric an upper GI surgeon at St. Peter’s. He has a good pair of hands and is the current surgical director.

  • Mr Jonathan Trickett, Colorectal Surgeon

    Mr Jonathan Trickett is very engaged within improving care and technically is a very good surgeon. He’s a good communicator.

  • Dr Sara Jane Khaksar, Oncologist

    Dr Sara Khaksar does very well under a lot of pressure in terms of work pressures being the sole oncologist for our service.

  • Dr Agnieszka Michael, Medical Oncologist

    Dr Agnieszka Michael deals with kidney cancer. She is the kind of person I liaise with for surgical aspects.

  • Dr James Marsh, Nephrologist

    Dr James Marsh is someone who always puts his patients first. He always is a good communicator.

  • Mr Neil Browning, Vascular Surgeon

    Mr Neil Browning is relentless and how he works and what he does. He has a good pair of hands.

  • Miss Norma Gibbons, Urologist

    Ms Norma Gibbons is a mentor of mine.

  • Dr Mark Williams, Interventional Cardiologist

    Recommended Cardiologist.