MBBS, MS - Urology, DNB - Urology/Genito - Urinary Surgery, MNAMS - Urology, FIRST PRIZE, International Clinical Fellowship in Endourology
21 Years Experience
Dr. Rajesh Kukreja was born in Indore and educated in Pune and Nadiad. After completing his M.B.B.S. and M.S. from BJ Medical College, Pune, he moved to Muljibhai Patel Urological Hospital (MPUH), Nadiad to pursue DNB in genito-urinary surgery. For his academic excellence, Kukreja was bestowed with the H.S. Bhat Gold Medal, by Past President of India Dr. Abdul Kalam, for standing the first in the countryAfter being a consultant at Nadiad for two years, Dr. Rajesh attained a one year International Fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy and SWL from World Endourological Society. He made the country proud by achieving First Prize for Clinical Research in Endourology (Montreal, Canada) in September 2003 and became the first Asian and second Non-American to receive it. His research was on “Factors affecting Blood Loss in PCNL”He further sub-specialized in Paediatric urology and Reconstructive urology by taking interim training in Sick Kids-Toronto, Canada and Arezzo, Italy respectively.The Times of India group recognized him as Wellness wizard of the medical fraternity who have made a significant contribution to the health care industry in Madhya Pradesh. It's the technique behind technology and man behind the machine that offers the cutting edge. And hence, his focus on continuous upgrading of knowledge along with technology brought him many marvels. He is often invited World over to demonstrate live surgery and surgeons from across the globe come to learn his technical expertise. He has published many papers in national and international journals. He has also been a part of the innovative team in launching of new endoscopes.By the year 2015, he had successfully performed a series of more than of 3500 cases of kidney stone removal endoscopically thro PCNL, Mini PNL & RIRS(thro’ Flexible ureteroscope & holmium laser ) Dr. Rajesh operated an 18 months old child from Badwani for PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy – endoscopic surgery for removal of kidney stones)perhaps the case of youngest child operated for PCNL in the state of Madhya PradeshHe has a series of more than 180 cases of paediatric PCNLs of children aged less than 12 years.Dr. Kukreja sustains that the quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavour.