Saturday 24 June 2017 GP Seminar
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Pieter Le Roux at Spire include:
General surgery; Laparoscopic surgery; Urology; Benign prostate diseases.
Pieter Le Roux is consultant urological surgeon and lead clinician for urology at Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust. He joined the trust in 2002 where he set up a laparoscopic urology unit that is now performing all the renal laparoscopy for Epsom, St Helier and Kingston hospitals.
His training in laparoscopic urology included attachments with Indirber Gill in Cleveland and Chris Eden in Basingstoke. His other clinical interests include oncology, reconstructive surgery and surgery for benign prostate disease. Mr Le Roux introduced the Green light laser prostatectomy (PVP) at Epsom and St Helier and more recently at Spire St Anthony’s hospital.
Mr Le Roux studied medicine at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. He completed his basic surgical training in the UK, obtaining the FRCS in London in 1996. He trained in Urology at Groote Schuur Hospital and the University of Cape Town and was appointed consultant urologist and senior lecturer to Tygerberg Hospital and Stellenbosch University Medical School in 2000.
Mr Le Roux’s research towards his Master’s degree involved the use of collagen matrix grafts in endoscopic urethral reconstruction. He is a senior lecturer at St George’s hospital medical school and an examiner in the final MBBS. He lectures regularly on laparoscopic training courses in the UK, Europe and South Africa.
In 2002 the South African Urological Association awarded Mr Le Roux with the Storz prize, a travelling fellowship awarded once every two years to the outstanding young urologist in South Africa.
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