Steve Garnett studied medicine in London at St Bartholomew's Hospital & then he went on to train in urology in Bristol, Edinburgh & Oxford. Whilst in Bristol he conducted research into bladder function. He undertook specialist Laparoscopic training in Germany. He also trained in Kidney transplant surgery. He has published papers on bladder disorders, prostate cancer, and kidney disease. His clinical interests include prostate disease , erectile dysfunction, bladder problems and surgery for kidney diseases. He has been working as a Consultant Uroloigical Surgeon in the East Sussex Hospitals Trust since December 2008, and he is currently the Lead Clinician for urological cancer. He specialises in general urology and urological cancers.
" I believe that it is essential that patients have as much understanding and information as possible about their conditions in order to make their own informed decision about treatment. I therefore strive to ensure good communication with my patients amd make patient choice a priority in any decision about treatment."