Urology is the area of medicine concerning men’s reproductive health, along with urinary tract issues in both men and women.
At Spire Harpenden Hospital, our skilled team of urologists serve the Harpenden area with all the latest treatments. Thanks to their many years’ shared experience and all the innovative tools they’re equipped with, they can treat just about any urinary complaint. After running some tests and scans to determine what the problem is, they’re likely to put you forward for a routine medical procedure that’s aimed at improving your long-term health.
Meet Spire’s team of urologists in Harpenden
Treatments offered in Harpenden
At Spire Harpenden Hospital, the expert team of private urologists near St Albans are always delighted to help. They do this through the range of innovative procedures they’re able to undertake, each focused on improving your prognosis and long-term health. Those the team regularly perform include:
Conditions treated in Harpenden
Urological conditions can stop you in your tracks. Fortunately, Spire’s urologists in Bedfordshire have seen and treated practically every possible complaint in their time, so it’s highly likely they’ll have a solution for you. Conditions they most often manage include:
Symptoms treated in Harpenden
The symptoms of a urological complaint can be difficult to live with. That’s why the team at Spire Harpenden Hospital do everything they can to relieve them, through their innovative work and range of procedures. So, get in touch today if you are experiencing:
Test and scans carried out in Harpenden
To get to the root of the problem, the urology department may refer you for some tests and scans. The team have all the technology they need to get you diagnosed, and those they’re likely to put you forward for are:
Spire Harpenden Hospital easy to get to from anywhere in the town, as well as in surrounding spots like Dunstable, Luton, St Albans, Stevenage and Welwyn. It’s in the northern suburbs just a few turns of Luton Road. If you’re travelling in from further away, the M1 runs nearby and provides access from many other parts of the South.
MA, MD, FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Urol)
I qualified at Cambridge University, then moved into a London training scheme. I completed my six year training programme in urology in the West London teaching hospitals and gained valuable experience in urological cancer and minimally invasive access during …
BM, BCh, MA, MD, FRCS (Urol)
I qualified at Oxford University and undertook specialist Urology training at teaching hospitals in North London. For my last two years as a trainee, I focused on my sub-specialist interest of reconstructive and ‘female urology’. This meant spending a year at …
MS, MRCSEd, MD, FRCS (Urol)
I am a Consultant Urological Surgeon with a specialist interest in minimally-invasive urology, laparoscopy, endourology, management of complex stone disease and urological cancers. I currently work in the Department of Urology at the Whittington Hospital in Ar…
FRCS (Urol), MD, BSc (Hons)
I trained at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School (now part of University College London) and undertook basic surgical training at St. Thomas Hospital before undertaking specialist urological training at the Institute of Urology in London. During my training …