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Mr Milind Kulkarni

Consultant Paediatric Surgeon / Urologist
FEAPU (Paed Urol.), FRACS (Pead Surg.), FRCS (Pead Surg.), FRCSED, MCh (Pead Surg.), MS (Gen Surg.), DNB, MBBS

Practising at

Spire Norwich Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Milind Kulkarni at Spire include:

Paediatrics

Other treatments

Paediatric surgery Hypospadias surgery Paediatric laparoscopic surgery Paediatric urology Incontinence

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Professional profile

Besides being a paediatric and neonatal surgeon, Mr Kulkarni also holds specialist qualifications in paediatric urology. His practice includes common conditions in paediatric surgery like hernia, hydrocele, circumcision and un-descended testes. His practice includes endoscopy and laparoscopy. As a paediatric urologist, he specialises in hypospadias repair, surgical management of urinary tract infections, cystoscopy, urodynamics. He is a skilled laparoscopic surgeon and performs retroperitoneoscopic nephrectomies, pyeloplasties and un-descended testes operations. He is an active researcher in minimally invasive surgery and paediatric urology. He is a regular faculty member at British Association of Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Training Workshop. He has participated in teaching activities at various national and regional training courses. He is an examiner for Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is involved in undergraduate medical teaching at UEA medical school. He is currently Clinical Director for Paediatrics Directorate at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.


Clinical Interests

Hypospadias surgery
Incontinence
Urinary tract infections
Urodynamics

Hypospadias surgery Paediatric laparoscopic surgery Paediatric urology

Private contact details

Telephone 01603 255574
Private secretary Karen Edwards
Private secretary telephone 07780029314
Private secretary email m.s.kulkarni@doctors.net.uk
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
British Association of Paediatric Urologists
European Society of Paediatric Urology
British Association of Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Paediatric Surgeon / Urologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

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Personal Profile

Mr Kulkarni primarily trained in India for his basic medical and postgraduate education in general surgery and then in paediatric surgery. He gained further experience in paediatric urology at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. He undertook training in clinical fellowship in New Zealand where he gained advanced laparoscopic skills. 

He has worked as Consultant Paediatric Surgeon/Urologist since 2002 and undertakes primarily specialist work in paediatric urology. His experience is accredited by European Board of Paediatric Urology with Fellowship qualification. Mr Kulkarni is an advanced paediatric laparoscopic surgeon and has established laparoscopic paediatric urology services at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Mr Kulkarni primarily trained in India for his basic medical and postgraduate education in general surgery and then in paediatric surgery. He gained further experience in paediatric urology at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. He undertook training in clinical fellowship in New Zealand where he gained advanced laparoscopic skills. 

He has worked as Consultant Paediatric Surgeon/Urologist since 2002 and undertakes primarily specialist work in paediatric urology. His experience is accredited by European Board of Paediatric Urology with Fellowship qualification. Mr Kulkarni is an advanced paediatric laparoscopic surgeon and has established laparoscopic paediatric urology services at the Norfolk andNorwich University Hospital.

Mr Kulkarni primarily trained in India for his basic medical and postgraduate education in general surgery and then in paediatric surgery. He gained further experience in paediatric urology at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. He undertook training in clinical fellowship in New Zealand where he gained advanced laparoscopic skills. 

He has worked as Consultant Paediatric Surgeon/Urologist since 2002 and undertakes primarily specialist work in paediatric urology. His experience is accredited by European Board of Paediatric Urology with Fellowship qualification. Mr Kulkarni is an advanced paediatric laparoscopic surgeon and has established laparoscopic paediatric urology services at the Norfolk andNorwich University Hospital.

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