Mr Smith graduated from Leeds University medical school in 2000 and subsequent surgical and urological training has been in the Yorkshire and Humber postgraduate deanery. He attained the degree of PhD from the department of Biology, University of York in 2009 after a successful period of research into bladder dysfunction.
During his training in Leeds Mr Smith developed skills in performing major surgery for bladder cancer and robotic surgery for prostate cancer. Following the completion of higher surgical training in urology in 2013, he was appointed to the post of Consultant Urologist at Castle Hill Hospital.
As a consultant in urology Mr Smith treats a wide variety of general urological conditions. These conditions include benign prostate diseases, benign scrotal diseases and recurrent cystitis.
In addition to general urological conditions, Mr Smith has a specialist interest in bladder and prostate cancer. He performs open and minimally-invasive surgery for bladder and prostate cancer.