Mr Rahim Kaba

Consultant Urologist based in Warwickshire

Year Qualified: 2007

GMC Number: 6159442

Memberships: BAUS, EAU, FRCS (Urology), BMA

Insurers: Aviva Health, AXA PPP Healthcare, Bupa, Cigna, Vitality Health (Pru Health), Westfield Health WPA

Clinical Interests:

• General Adult Urology
• Uro-oncology
• Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction
• Benign Prostate Hypertrophy
• Functional Urology
• Men's Health
• Flexible cystoscopy + Intravesical injection treatment
• TURP: monopolar/ bipolar
• Bladder neck incision
• Rezum
• Excision of epididymal cyst
• Excision of epididymis

• Hydrocoele repair
• Testicular biopsy
• Radical orchidectomy
• Inguinal orchidectomy for undescended testicle
• Excision of scrotal wall lumps
• Testicular fixation / Orchidopexy
• Circumcision
• Frenuloplasty
• Dorsal slit of prepuce
• Excision of penile lesion
• Penile biopsy
• Transperineal Biopsy of Prostate.
• Urodynamic studies

Academic Background

He attended the prestigious Guys’, Kings’ and St Thomas’ (GKT) school of medicine in London.  During this time he was awarded the Harold Ellis Prize (Highly Commended) in Surgery in addition to numerous other undergraduate and postgraduate prizes.  He completed an elective in Urology at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden under eminent Professors.

He embarked on his surgical training at the Oxford School of Surgery where he also taught anatomy to medical students at the University of Oxford.  He completed his Urology training in the North West of England working at a variety of Hospitals including The Christie Hospital (Europe's largest single-site cancer centre) and The Manchester Royal Infirmary NHS Foundation Trusts.

Aside from his practice, Mr Kaba is dedicated to both research, having published and presented at a national and international level in the field of Urology, and to teaching and training.  One of his publications was voted the Top 25 “HOTTEST ARTICLES" by the International Journal of Surgery in that year and is still one of the most popular papers by that journal since its creation.


The cost of a new consultation is £200 and a follow up consultation £150 per visit, the fees payable on the day of consultation (self paid) or via insurance company according to policy terms providing we have registration/authorisation details prior to your attendance.  If you have private medical insurance, it is your responsibility to check with your insurer that you have adequate cover and a pre-authorisation code for all