MBBS, MS, FRCS, FRCS(Urol)
- Bladder problems and incontinence
- Prostate cancer
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (non-cancerous prostate enlargement)
Current NHS post: Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Member of BAUS Section of Oncology
- Member of BAUS Section of Endo-Urology
- Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine
- Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons
Having qualified in 1981 from University College Hospital, London, Mr Bruce Montgomery underwent general surgical training at St Thomas's Hospital, London and Poole General Hospital followed by specialist urological training on the St Thomas's rotation. He undertook research into bladder muscle physiology and gained an MS from the University of London for his thesis.
He has developed a specialist interest in the diagnosis of prostate cancer and was one of the pioneers of the template biopsy technique, to assist with the diagnosis and staging of prostate cancer. He is helping to develop the use of multiparametric MRI scanning in this field.
He has been extensively involved in training junior urologists and was Chairman of the Specialist Training Committee for South Thames. He has been Cancer Lead at Frimley Park Hospital and is currently Clinical Director for General Surgery and Urology. His other clinical interests include benign prostate hyperplasia and minor paediatric inguinoscrotal surgery.
He teaches communication skills for the National Cancer Action Team and for Frimley Park Hospital.