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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Richard Stephenson at Spire include:
Recurrent urinary tract infections and urinary symptoms
Prostate cancer, Bladder cancer
Mr Stephenson's urological training was in Bristol, Hull, Sheffield and Edinburgh. Consultations Mondays from 6pm and Fridays from 9.30am. He has been a consultant on the Wirral since 1995 and is interested in general urology as well as surgery for kidney cancers, prostate problems and bladder symptoms. He has built up considerable experience in these areas and often favours conservative over surgical treatments.
Benign prostate diseases
Bladder/ kidney stone disease
Urinary tract infections
Surgical oncology, renal tumours, endo-urology.
MB ChB / Bristol / 1982
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
FRCS / London / 1987
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
FRCS (Urol) / UK / 1994
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Urology
Royal College of Surgeons, England
British Association of Urological Surgeons
British Association of Urological Surgeons - Section of Oncology
Member of the Societe International D'Urologie
Current Chairman of the Medical Board, Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust from 2013
Consultant Urologist, Wirral Hospitals NHS TrustBack to top
Mr Stephenson is married to a recently retired nurse and has two grown up daughters, beginning careers in medicine and civil engineering.
He can often be spotted arriving at Spire on his beloved Triumph Tiger! He enjoys cycling, sailing and skiing.
You may recognise him from his appearances on Pointless and The Chase!Back to top
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11 February 2020
Redbridge-based Spire London East Hospital has been upgraded to a ‘Good’ rating following an inspection by the Care Qual…
04 February 2020
The Paterson Independent Inquiry published its final report on 4 February 2020.