Lead Urologist For Laser and Urinary Stone Disease
Mr Haider Syed began his Urology career in 1992, at the Perth Royal Infirmary, Scotland. He completed his Urology training at the John Radcliffe and Churchill Hospitals, Oxford in 2000. His academic career includes:
• Fellowship in General surgery FRCS (Royal College of Surgeons Ireland) 1990
• Diploma in Urology, DUrol 1YR (Institute of Urology London) 1993
• MSc in Urology MSc Urol 2Yrs (Institute of Urology London) 1996-1998
• Fellowship in Urology FRCS Urol (Intercollegiate Board Urology) 1999
• Fellowship European Board Urology FEBU 2001
His Research projects include Pathophysiology of Urinary stones and Genetic factors in the development and progression of transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. The subject of his MSc thesis was use of Holmium YAG Laser for treatment of superficial bladder cancer.
Mr Syed trained at Churchill Hospital Oxford and has been a Consultant Urological Surgeon in NHS since 2001. Mr Syed has been responsible for setting up a State of the Art Urinary Stone and Laser Service at Good Hope Hospital part of Heart of England NHS Trust
Mr. Syed has special interest in providing Modern Laser and Keyhole surgery for kidney and Urinary stone disease. He specializes in the use of Lasers in Urology for treatment of recurrent superficial bladder cancer, transitional cell carcinoma of the kidneys, bladder neck incision for small prostate obstructions, laser urethrotomy for urethral strictures and laser endopyelotomy for pelviureteric junction obstruction.
Mr. Syed has worked for 25 years in the NHS and has been a Consultant Urological Surgeon for 14 years. He takes pride in the quality of service to his patients which is carried out to the highest professional standards.