Dr. Deepak Kumar Rathi

Senior Consultant, Urology Kidney and Urology Institute

Gurugram , South Delhi

See OPD timings


Dr Deepak Kumar Rathi is a Senior Consultant at Kidney and Urology institute at Medanta – The Medicity, Gurugram. He has been an integral part of one of the best urology departments of India and this prestigious institute since 2014. He is a renowned specialist with near one-decade experience in surgical treatment of Urological diseases including cancers, stones and kidney failure. 

He has keen interest in diseases involving kidney and Prostate. He is an expert in open, laparoscopic, endoscopic and robotic operations for kidney cancer, prostate (BPH), prostate cancers and kidney stones. He is a fellowship trained robotic and kidney transplant surgeon. He honed his skills in Endourology, Uro -oncology, Kidney transplant, Laparoscopy and Robotic surgery at Medanta -The Medicity, Gurugram. He has over 9 years of experience in robotic -MRI TRUS fusion prostate biopsy of prostate for accurate diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. 

He is a national Board Faculty for DNB – Urology Programme running at Medanta the Medicity Hospital, Gurgaon and is actively involved in research and training. He has authored chapters in Books, contributed articles in various journals of repute and has numerous presentations at zonal and national conferences.

Medical Qualifications

Fellowship in Robotics & Renal TransplantationMedanta-The Medicity, Gurgaon2018
DNB UrologyMedanta - The Medicity, Gurgaon2014
M.S. (General Surgery)R.N.T. Medical College, Udaipur2012
M.B.B.S.S P Medical College, Bikaner2007

Specialization and Expertise

  • Endourology (Stone, Prostate)
  • Uro-Oncology
  • Robotic and Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery
  • Renal Transplant

Memberships & Certifications

  • Vattikuti Robotic Surgeons council of India (RSC) Scholarship awarded in Robotic Surgeons’ council meet at Apollo hospital, Delhi (April 2016)
  • Member- NZ Chapter Urological Society of India
  • Member - Urological Society of India

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Book chapter on Bipolar transurethral resection of prostate (Bipolar TURP) , Chapter12 , Handbook of TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION(TUR) TECNHIQUE, First edition 2019
  • Award for Best Paper - Paper on ‘Role of CSF in chemotherapy induced neutropenia’ awarded 1st rank in ASIRAJ-2011, Ajmer


  • Rathi Deepak Kumar; Bansal, Somendra, Zafar Feroz Amir, Ghosh Prasun ,Khera Rakesh, Ahlawat Rajesh. Renal Transplant Outcomes in Allografts with Multiple versus Single Renal Arteries. Indian Journal of Transplantation 17(1): p 37-41, Jan–Mar 2023. :   1, 2017
  • Comparison of estimated glomerular filtration rate of marginal versus Standard renal allograft: A prospective cohort study. IJU, 2021, Volume37, Issue Number:3, Page: 241-246 :   2,
  • Nephron sparing surgery in renal allograft renal cell carcinoma technical caveats, Indian Journal of Urology, January 2020, Volume 36, Supplement 1, S32 :   3,
  • Results of modified blandy’s technique of bipolar TURP in large prostate more than 100 gm, IJU2018 Jan; 34(Suppl 1): S7–S72. :   4,
  • Graft outcomes with lactated ringer’s solution as cold perfusion fluid in renal transplantation. Indian Journal of Urology, Jan 2017, Vol 3 33, Supplement 1, S52. :   6,
  • Robotic ureteronephrectomy (RUN) - Raising Questions, Seeking Answers. Indian Journal of Urology, Jan 2016, Vol 32, Supplement 1, S163 :   6,
  • Modified blandy’s technique for bipolar Trans urethral resection of prostate (TURP) for large prostate with median lobe. Indian Journal of Urology, Jan 2016, Vol 32, Supplement 1, S163 :   7,
  • Is Gleason 6 is reliable in prostate biopsy? Indian Journal of Urology, Jan 2015, Vol 31, Supplement 1, S76. :   8,
  • Incidence and Clinical Profile of Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC), IOSR- JDMS, volume 17, issue 01, January 2018 :   9,