Mr Prasad Patki is a full time Consultant Urological Surgeon based in central London.
He is the Clinical Lead at the department of Urology at St. Bartholomew and The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust. He has established the Key Hole renal cancer surgical service at St. Bartholomew and The Royal London Hospital and leads the renal cancer surgical pathway at The Royal London Hospital. He has an honorary contract as a specialist renal cancer surgeon at the Royal Free NHS Trust.
He specialises in a wide spectrum of general urological conditions, diagnostic & Endourology, Laparoscopy and Robotic kidney cancer & Reconstructive Surgery, Urological Cancer, Overactive Bladder, BPH, Bladder outflow symptoms, Urodynamics and Neuro-Urology.
Mr Patki has undertaken research in fertility in spinal cord injury patients at the world famous London Spinal Injuries Centre at Stanmore. In collaboration with the Functional Assessment and Restoration Service at Stanmore he has run a successful vibro-ejaculation service for spinal injury patients. His research with Imperial College London has produced findings which are pending application for a patent. He has published many scientific papers and written 10 invited reviews, letters and book chapters on variety of urological conditions.
Mr Patki completed his higher surgical training, achieving a Gold medal in Masters in Surgery. He was awarded the Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in General Surgery. He undertook speciality training in Urology leading to Diplomate of National Boards in Urology, followed by urological training at the London Deanery culminating in a fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Intercollegiate Speciality Board in the speciality of Urology. He is a Fellow of European Board of Urology.
Mr Patki is a Faculty member of Chitra Sethia Laparoscopic & Robotic Training centre UCL. He has organised and participated in international laparoscopic surgery workshops with The Glickman Institute in Cleveland. He is a founding member of Chelmsford Imperial Robotic Simulation (CIRS) Training Team involved in training in crisis management, communication and team working for robotic and laparoscopic surgical teams.