Mr Henry Andrews
Consultant Urological and Laparoscopic Surgeon
MBBS, MBA, FRCS, FRCSi, FRCS (Urol), FEBU
I am an NHS consultant who practices privately at Spire Harpenden Hospital. My private practice mirrors that of my NHS practice and has a modern approach. The patient is the centre of my practice.
I was a research fellow at the Institute of Urology / Middlesex Hospital, London. Afterwards, I commenced training as a Surgeon in the North Thames London region, mainly at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Following this, I went to L’institut Mutualiste Montsouris, Paris, as a Prostate Cancer Fellow, where I learnt laparoscopic surgical techniques and robotic surgery.
I perform keyhole surgery – laparoscopy for kidney diseases, including cancers, and stones. I perform diagnostic tests on prostate cancer and subsequent management. I am actively involved in urinary problems both in men and women, including Botox therapy. I perform vasectomy reversal using a microscope.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Henry Andrews at Spire include:
Andrology, female urology, including incontinence and prostate cancer - published
I love music and go to concerts depending on work commitments. My music taste cuts across the board, from classical to modern beats. I dabble with the alto saxophone.
I am also a tennis and basketball player.
I work with a charity, teaching endoscopic surgery to surgeons in the developing world and take refurbished equipment to their hospitals. I lead an active church life. I also hold a Masters Degree in Business Administration.