Mr Sachin Agrawal attended St George’s Hospital Medical School.His early surgical career was then at St Peter’s, after which he joined the Northwest London Higher urology rotation to develop sub-specialist interests in oncology and stones, rotating through Imperial and The Royal Marsden.
Owing to his expertise, whilst at Charing Cross Hospital Mr Agrawal helped to re-establish renal and laparoscopy services at St Peters Hospital and built on the stone service. He is developing a a new out-patient based flexible cystoscopy service to manage non-muscle invasive bladder cancer with a new Diode 1470nm laser. Not only this, he has furthermore developed an interest in the management of upper tract urothelial cancer.
Mr Agrawal has further interest in education and training and has been involved in the successful Northwest London Lead provider training bid and has also lectured on the ICR and Royal Marsden MSc programmes.
In his more personal life, Mr Agrawal is a keen rugby follower. His sporting talent saw him play both badminton and squash at university and regional levels. Alongside these active interests, he remains an avid traveller with further interests in photography and architecture.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB BS University of London 2001
Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)
BAUS subsections of Oncology and Endourology
Medical Defence Union (premium medical)
British Medical Association