Naveen Kachroo, MD, PhD
- Newcastle University Faculty of Medical Sciences, 2004
Residencies & Internships
- Henry Ford Hospital, Urology, MI, 2018
- Henry Ford Hospital, General Surgery, MI, 2014
- Nottingham University Hospitals, Urology, 2009
- Newcastle University Faculty of Medical Sciences, Surgical, 2007
- Newcastle University Faculty of Medical Sciences, Medicine & Surgery, 2006
- Cleveland Clinic, Endourology, OH, 2020
- University of Cambridge, Urology, 2013
Dr. Kachroo is a fellowship-trained endourologist and minimally invasive surgeon offering care for adults with all general urological problems. He has a special interest in the comprehensive medical and surgical management of patients with kidney stones. His surgical expertise specifically includes complex percutaneous (PCNL and mini-PCNL) and ureteroscopic management of kidney stones.
Dr. Kachroo was born and raised in England and undertook his medical training at Newcastle University, graduating with Honors and Distinction. He then completed a translational PhD program in prostate cancer at Cambridge University, where he was the recipient of a Urology Foundation and Royal College of Surgeons Research Scholarship. Here, he would also identify a number of prognostic biomarkers and furthered our understanding of some of the molecular processes involved in high-grade prostate cancer. He received his urology residency training at Henry Ford Hospital and completed an Endourology Society-certified endourology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic.
- Director of Endourology, Henry Ford Wyandotte
- Chief of Urology Clinic, Henry Ford Wyandotte
"My goal is to be your strongest healthcare advocate. I truly believe that the patient and their needs should always come first. I work to ensure that every patient fully understands their condition and all the treatment options available before embarking on an optimal, personalized treatment strategy that we will determine together. "
Dr. Kachroo’s research focuses on the prevention and management of complex kidney stone disease and explores quality improvement measures and new surgical techniques to enhance patient care. As a recent recipient of an American Urological Association/Urology Care Foundation Research Scholarship, he investigated the role the microbiome plays in urinary stone disease. He is a founding member of MICROCOSM, the first International Expert Consortium focused on microbiome and urinary stone disease.
Awards and Honors:
- Joseph J Weiss, M.D. Memorial Essay Prize, Wayne County Medical Society of Southeast Michigan (2020)
- 2nd Place, Endourological Society Fellow Essay Contest (2020)
- AUA Urology Care Foundation Outstanding Graduate Scholar Award (2020)
- Donald Dawson Medal, Henry Ford Health System (2017)
- Michigan Urological Society Resident Research Prize (Basic Science) (2017)
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
- Henry Ford Hospital
- Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Clinton Township
- Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital