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Mr Steve Garnett

Consultant Urologist
BSc, MB BS, FRCS(urol)

Practising at

Spire Sussex Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Steve Garnett at Spire include:

Urology

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Professional profile

Steve Garnett studied medicine in London at St Bartholomew's Hospital and then he went on to train in urology in Bristol, Edinburgh and Oxford. While in Bristol he conducted research into bladder function. He undertook specialist Laparoscopic training in Germany.

Mr Garnett also trained in Kidney transplant surgery. He has been working as a Consultant Urological Surgeon in the East Sussex Hospitals Trust since December 2008, and he is currently the Lead Clinician for urological cancer. He specialises in general urology and urological cancers.

Mr Garnett has published papers on bladder disorders, prostate cancer, and kidney disease. His clinical interests include prostate disease, erectile dysfunction, bladder problems and surgery for kidney diseases.

"I believe that it is essential that patients have as much understanding and information as possible about their conditions in order to make their own informed decision about treatment. I therefore strive to ensure good communication with my patients and make patient choice a priority in any decision about treatment."


Clinical Interests

Bladder cancer
Bladder/ kidney stone disease
Erectile dysfunction
Incontinence
Prostate cancer
Urinary tract infections
Sexual dysfunction

Special Clinical Interests: Bladder disorders, Prostate disease

Private contact details

Private secretary Debbie Coleman
Private secretary telephone 01622 538173
Private secretary fax 01424 757424

Media Coverage

Coverage on UroLift System
11/07/2017

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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of England
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
Member of British Association of uroligical Surgeons

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Current NHS posts

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

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