Urology consultants in Portsmouth

Urology is the area of healthcare that involves conditions of the urinary tract, as well as problems of the male reproductive system.

At Spire, our highly skilled team of urologists offer Portsmouth residents rapid access to care. With all the latest technology to hand, they’ll use their tests and scans to see what’s causing your symptoms. This will allow the team to determine the most suitable treatment, which may well include a routine medical procedure. Either way, you can be confident you’ll receive a superb standard of care from start to finish.

Discover more about Spire’s urologists in Portsmouth 

Treatments offered in Portsmouth

At Spire Portsmouth Hospital, the experienced team of private urologists near Havant are waiting to help. Simply arrange a consultation so they can test and scan any symptoms, and they’ll let you know the best form of treatment for your situation. This may well include a medical procedure, and those the team often undertake include:

Conditions treated in Portsmouth

Spire Portsmouth Hospital’s team of urologists help Waterlooville and other nearby towns with fast access to care. With many years’ experience between them, they’re able to find a solution for almost any complaint, including common conditions like:

Symptoms treated in Portsmouth

The symptoms of a urological condition can easily disrupt day-to-day life. It shouldn’t have to be this way, and the team at Spire Portsmouth will always be happy to help. Get in touch with our urology department if you’re experiencing symptoms such as:

Test and scans carried out in Portsmouth

If you’re experiencing symptoms but aren’t sure of the cause, the team will be happy to help there too. They make use of all the latest technology to get you diagnosed, including innovative tests and scans such as:

Finding us

You’ll find Spire Portsmouth Hospital at the city’s eastern edges, closest to Durrants and New Brighton. It’s easy to find from much of the Havant region, including towns such as Clanfield, Cosham, Hayling Island, Purbrook and Westbourne.

Important information about Covid-19 tests

Spire Portsmouth Hospital is situated in wooded grounds in Bartons Road, Havant, just off the B2148 Rowlands Castle to Emsworth Road. 

The main town of Havant is approximately two miles away with a main line station and taxi rank. The historic towns of Portsmouth and Chichester are approximately 10 miles away

Find us on Google maps

Spire Portsmouth Hospital,

Bartons Road

Main Switchboard:  02392 456 000

Self-pay treatment enquiries:  02392 456 172

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  • Mr Dominic Hodgson

    Consultant Urologist
    MBChB, DHMSA, MA, MSc, FRCS(Urol)

    I've worked as a urology consultant since 2008 and, as well as expertise in general urology, urological cancers and stone disease, I have a particular interest in prostate cancer diagnostics.

    Mr Dominic Hodgson
  • Mr Mohamed Ismail

    Consultant Urologist
    MBChB, MRCS, PhD, FRCS(Urol)

    Specialises in

    • Bladder/kidney stone disease
    • Urodynamics
    • General urology conditions
    • Circumcision
    • Benign prostate treatments

    Mr Mohamed Ismail
  • Mr Richard Robinson

    Consultant Urologist
    MBChB, MD, FRCS (Urol)

    Specialises in

    • Prostate, bladder and kidney cancer
    • Haematuria investigation and treatment (blood in urine)
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Prostate problems
    • Raised PSA

    Mr Richard  Robinson
  • Mr Lemke Solomon

    Consultant Urologist
    MB BcH, BAO(NUI), LRCS&PI, MmedSci(Anat), FRCSI, FRCS(Urol)

    Specialises in

    • General urology
    • Diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer
    • Bladder investigations
    • Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal
    • Circumcision

    Mr Lemke Solomon
  • Mr Simon Wilkinson

    Consultant Urologist
    MB BS, BSc, FRCS (Urol), FEBU

    I am highly skilled in all aspects of open and endoscopic surgery for urological diseases. My specialist interest is in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate, bladder and renal cancers, with a particular emphasis on laparoscopic and robot assisted surgery.

    Mr Simon Wilkinson
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