Diagnostic method  Urine microscopy
Treatment regime  Antibiotics
Clinic location  London

Miss Rajvinder Khasriya is an experienced consultant Gynaecologist with Subspecialist training in Urogynaecology. She has a special interest in recurrent or chronic urinary tract infection, pelvic pain and also sees those suffering problems with prolapse, incontinence and general gynaecological conditions.

In addition, a specific menopause chronic UTI clinic is offered along with referrals to pain management specialists, pelvic floor physiotherapists and psychological support.


Miss Khasriya works at the NHS Whittington Hospital, North London and privately alongside Dr Kiren Gill at The Portland Hospital.  Dr Gill also works with Dr Khasriya at the Lower Urinary Tract Clinic at the NHS Whittington Hospital.  For those with recurrent and chronic urinary tract infections, the private clinic at the Portland hospital will follow the diagnostic and treatment protocols offered by that of the NHS clinic at the Whittington hospital.

Miss Khasriya has been a member of The Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology since 2012. She is a Consultant in Urogynaecology at the Whittington Hospital and UCLH and lead for the Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Service at Whittington Health, a unique Tertiary centre for the treatment and study of chronic UTI, she has a special interest in Pelvic Pain and runs a Pelvic Pain clinic jointly with the Pain Management centre UCLH.

Miss Khasriya has an academic appointment at UCL and is the clinical principal investigator for the Bladder Infection Immunity Group (BIIG). Her Clinical research interests lie in chronic UTI; diagnostic methods, pathophysiology and treatment. She frequently gives invited lectures on the topic of chronic UTI to many International and National Urogynaecology and Urology Conferences.

She completed her undergraduate studies at University College London (UCL) and she went on to complete a PhD at UCL in 2011; Thesis: ‘The role of bacterial infection in the aetiology of the overactive bladder’ under the supervision of Professor James Malone-Lee and Prof Mike Wilson at the Eastman Dental Institute, UCL. She completed Subspecialty Urogynaecology training at UCLH in 2018.

The Portland Hospital
212 Great Portland Street

Dr Khasriya holds admitting rights to The Portland Hospital.

Patients who are not UK based must have the co-operation of a clinician in their home country who can oversee their care, provide prescriptions, organise regular blood tests and correspond with the clinic.  As much as possible it is preferred that overseas patients are seen face to face at the clinic as well as for urine analysis unless they are able to find a laboratory in their home country that can provide a fresh urine analysis.  If needed, the clinic will share with that laboratory the relevant technique.

Please note that private medical insurance is not accepted for the UTI clinics and patients must self-fund their treatment.  However if gynaecological investigations, procedures and treatments are required or patients are seen by Dr Khasriya for general gynaecological issues, these can be organised through the Portland Hospital who are recognised by insurance providers.

​Website: The Portland Hospital 

Email: UTI Clinic: uti.portland@hcahealthcare.co.uk 

General Gynaecological Clinic: gynae.urogynae@hcahealthcare.co.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7182 7724

In this video presentation by Dr Khasriya in December 2023, she discusses urogynaelogical problems faced by women including incontinence and prolapse, the role vaginal oestrogen, the challenges of chronic UTIs, its impact on the NHS and issues faced in diagnosis. She recommends a holistic approach including pain management and support for the vaginal microbiome. Finally she addresses future possible treatments such as vaccines and new antibiotics.