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Urology Partners is dedicated to providing all our patients with expert advice, patient choice and the very highest quality of clinical care.

We treat the whole range of urological conditions and employ the latest proven techniques using the most up-to-date technology to provide timely and low-risk care for our patients.

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  • INNOVATION
  • TEAMWORK
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Rezum for BPH

Richard Hindley talks to Eammon Holmes and Tanya Bryer on Talk Radio following the approval by NICE for Rezum treatment for BPH on the NHS.

Kidney Stones treatment - a patient story

Getting your kidney stones treated quickly to allow you a rapid return to normal activity. Our patient shares his story to get him back up and running in Paris.

Treating BPH at Urology Partners

Urology Partners offer the complete portfolio of treatments for minimally invasive surgery to treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)



Welcome to Urology Partners

Practising from London, Surrey and Hampshire, Urology Partners are a group of expert consultant urologists who offer a tailor made approach to your treatment, ensuring you get the best treatment for you and your condition. Our focus on minimally invasive procedures means short hospital stays and rapid return to normal activity. We treat the whole range of Urological Conditions for both men and women. 

 

COVID-19 UPDATE

As of February 2022

Outpatient Appointments

All of our consultants are carrying out face to face clinic appointments within the hospitals they practice. However we can also offer telephone or video consultations, should you prefer not to visit the hospital.

Procedures

All of our consultants are able to carry out procedures within the hospitals they practice. Each hospital has their own processes and COVID-19 precautions for admintting patients and any pre assessment appointments. Our secretaries will confirm all the information with you on booking.

You may also be interested to view this recorded webinar with Neil Barber on "How COVID19 changes the way we treat BPH".