Urology consultants in Leicester

Urologists are medical experts who specialise in urinary health, and the reproductive health of men. If you experience symptoms in these areas of the body, it’s a urology department you can expect to be referred to.

At Spire Healthcare, the team of urologists in Leicester are highly skilled and experienced. As such, they’ve seen and treated all manner of urological complaints in their time, as well as many reproductive issues in men. With all the latest techniques and technologies to hand, they can get you seen and diagnosed fast, putting you on the path to effective treatment.

Learn about Spire’s urologists in Leicester

Treatments offered in Leicester

At Spire, our dedicated team of private urologists in Leicester are always happy to help. They achieve this through the range of innovative operations they’re trained to undertake, each designed to improve your condition and quality of life. Those that the Spire Leicester team most frequently perform are:

Conditions treated in Leicester

Urological problems can easily disrupt your daily life. But it doesn’t have to be this way, as the team at Spire Leicester Hospital can find a solution to just about any complaint. Conditions they often identify and provide treatment for include:

Symptoms treated in Leicester

The symptoms of a urological complaint can vary, but most conditions are accompanied by pain and discomfort. With the innovative treatments available at Spire Leicester there’s always a solution, so get in touch today if you’re experiencing:

Test and scans carried out in Leicester

If you’re not sure what’s causing your symptoms, let the team at Spire Leicester help. They have all the tools and technology needed to get you a diagnosis, including innovative tests and scans such as:

Finding us

Spire Leicester Hospital can be found in the Oadby area, just to the south east of the city centre. This will also be your nearest Spire hospital if you live in towns like Birstall, Coalville, Corby and Hinckley.

How to get to us

As well as being close to the city centre, we're just seven miles from junction 21 of the M1 and easily accessible from the A47 and A6.

We're less than an hour's drive from Nottingham East Midlands and Birmingham International airports.

We're three miles (or a 15 minute cab ride) from Leicester railway station.

Find us on Google maps

Spire Leicester Hospital,

Gartree Road
Oadby
Leicester
LE2 2FF

Main Switchboard:  0116 2720888

Self-pay treatment enquiries:  0116 2653021

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  • Mr Ben Jackson

    Consultant Urological Surgeon
    MBchB (Hons), MRes, FRCS (Urol)

    Specialises in

    • Investigation of blood in the urine
    • Urological cancers, especially kidney and bladder
    • Surgery for benign prostate enlargement
    • Foreskin and scrotal problems and surgery
    • Sees adults only at Spire Leicester Hospital

    Mr Ben Jackson
  • Professor Masood Khan

    Consultant Urological Surgeon
    Bsc, MBBChir, MS, MD, FRCS (Urol), FEBU

    Specialises in

    • Prostate and laser prostate surgery
    • Peno-scrotal surgery
    • Kidney stone removal - surgical and laser
    • Sees adults only at Spire Leicester Hospital

    Professor Masood Khan
  • Mr Jaskarn Rai

    Consultant Urological Surgeon
    MBChB, BPharm, DM, FRCS (Urol)

    Specialises in

    • Female incontinence
    • Andrology including erectile dysfunction
    • Vaginal, bladder or urethral fistula and diverticular in women
    • Penoscrotal and prostate surgery
    • Sees adults only at Spire Leicester Hospital

    Mr Jaskarn Rai
  • Mr Paul Butterworth

    Consultant Urologist
    MD, FRCS (Urol)

    After graduating from Nottingham University in 1990 I obtained a Doctor of Medicine higher degree from the University of Leicester following research in kidney transplantation. I also trained in Leicester and Sydney Australia.


    Mr Paul Butterworth
  • Professor J K Mellon

    Consultant Urologist
    MB BCh BAO, MD, FRCS (I), FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Ed)(Urol)

    I qualified in medicine from Queens University Belfast in 1983, obtaining FRCS in 1987 and following this moved to Newcastle upon Tyne to commence training in urological surgery. During this time I performed a laboratory project on bladder cancer leading to an…


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