Rashmi Singh 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 an NHS Community Urology service at Surbiton Hospital.
She holds NHS Clinical Excellence Awards.
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons.
Member of the BAUS sections of Endo-Urology and Female Urology.
Fully registered and licensed with the General Medical Council.
On the specialist register for Urology since 2006.
Rashmi attends conferences and courses regularly to keep her knowledge and practice up to date and to stay abreast of urological advances.
She is frequently involved in presentations to local GPs and at women's and men's health events. She has written articles for Time and Leisure magazine, Surrey Lawyer, SAGA magazine Fit for Life and GP education bulletins.
In addition to her surgical practice, Rashmi is involved with the educational supervision and clinical training of junior doctors.
She is Clinical Audit and Governance Lead for the Urology department at Kingston Hospital and Endo-Urology Governance Lead at St George's Hospital.
Rashmi is married with one daughter. In her spare time she enjoys travelling, cooking, playing tennis and being a Mum! She also speaks Hindi as a second language.