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London Bridge Urology


London’s leading specialists in the treatment of urological conditions

Appointments & Enquiries

0844 414 5392

020 7357 6466

Outpatient & Diagnostic Centre

6th Floor, HCA UK at The Shard, 32 St Thomas Street

London  SE1 9BS

About London Bridge Urology

London Bridge Urology (LBU) is a group of world-class consultants specialising in all aspects of urological diagnostics, treatment, surgery, and patient care. LBU consultants can offer care at its most complex and personal, in part because London Bridge Hospital’s facilities are equipped with the very latest surgical and medical technology, including intensive care and high-dependency post-operative recovery rooms. 


Our Consultants are supported by dedicated teams of specialist nurses and other healthcare professionals, who provide a range of services from incontinence and stoma care, to emotional support, information and advice. Patients also have access to a specialist nurse who runs psychosexual therapy services for those experiencing difficulties. Our internationally renowned urologists have extensive experience in treating:

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    Prostate cancer

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    Kidney cancer

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    Kidney cancer

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    Kidney stones

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    TURBT (trans urethral resection of a bladder tumour)

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    Enlarged prostate

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    Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal

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    Bladder stones

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    Blue light cystoscopy

Why London Bridge Urology

  • 12 outstanding consultants who provide treatment for every aspect of urology from prostate cancer to bladder cancer, and from reconstructive urology to psychosexual counselling
  • Robotic, laparoscopic and open approach surgical techniques, alongside oncology services at Private Care at Guy’s
  • Laser surgery for prostatic and stone disease
  • Multidisciplinary team approach with regular bi-weekly team meetings
  • Patients have access to urology nurse specialists, a genitourinary physician and psychosexual counselling nurse specialist 
  • All our consulting rooms are equipped with our own bladder scanners and flow rates for quick easy diagnosis 
  • Same day appointments available for routine urology consultations 5 days a week

The London Bridge Urology team

With over 37 years’ experience in private medical practice in the UK, you can be assured of receiving the highest standards of care at London Bridge Urology. Our world-class surgeons can offer you a wide choice of the most inovative treatments, as well as appropriate support and follow-up consultations as required. Our philosophy is to provide high-quality urological treatments in an inclusive, supportive and positive environment. London Bridge Urology’s team of distinguished consultant surgeons and physicians specialise in the diverse areas of urology, from bladder cancer to prostate, and from kidney stones to genito-urinary medicine. Patients have immediate access to the group who collaborate to ensure each individual is in the best hands for their condition. 

I particularly appreciate that you tried three times to contact me to talk through the post-operative biopsy results and…(the) constant support and reassurance during the first week after surgery. I know that you all have more than enough to do, but no-one seemed rushed or impatient, even when the same question was asked several times.

Patient testimonial

Our consultants


Mr Peter Acher

Consultant Urologist


Mr Matthew Bultitude

Consultant Urologist

Daniela Andrich London Bridge Hospital Consultant

Miss Daniela Andrich

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Muhammad Shamim Khan London Bridge Consultant

Mr Muhammad Shamim Khan

Consultant Urological Surgeon


Mr Anthony Mundy

Professor of Urology

Tim O'Brien London Bridge Hospital Consultant

Mr Tim O'Brien

Consultant Urological Surgeon


Mr Rick Popert

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Cathy Rodgers London Bridge Hospital Consultant

Dr Cath Rodgers

Consultant Genito-urinary Physician

The conditions we treat

Bladder cancer

We offer transurethral resection of bladder tumours (TURBT), a procedure in which tumours are cut away from the bladder wall. Once removed and analysed, your consultant will be able to assess whether cells are cancerous in order to plan any future treatment.

Kidney cancer

Kidney, or renal cancer, is one of the most common forms of cancer in the UK. We can treat this cancer using an advanced Robotic Assisted Partial Nephrectomy procedure to remove cancerous tissue, which also enables as much health kidney tissue as possible to be retained.

Kidney stones

Kidney stones, also known as stone disease or urolithiasis, describes the formation of solid material within the urinary tract. They are common, with lifetime risk of developing stones at around 10-15%. Our consultants will discuss the best course of action to treat and manage kidney stones.

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is a common cancer affecting one in eight men in the UK. It is more common in men over 50, black men and those with a family history of prostate cancer. We can offer diagnostic tests and a range of treatment options to best suit you.


A circumcision is an operation to cut away the foreskin of the penis. Circumcision may be recommended for a variety of reasons, such as tightness of the foreskin, and recurrent balanitis (when the foreskin and head of the penis become inflamed and infected.)


A vasectomy is the most effective form of contraception for men, and describes a procedure to ensure sterility. During a vasectomy, a short piece of the vas (a muscular tube which conducts sperm from the testicles to the penis prior to ejaculation) is removed from both the right and left sides of the scrotum, interrupting the flow of sperm. After a period of time no sperm is found in the semen, at which point you are considered sterile.

Comprehensive diagnostics and imaging

Our facilities incorporate an extensive range of the most advanced technology and equipment to help diagnose and treat all urological conditions. Diagnostic tests include:

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    CT (Computerised Tomography) scan – used to identify tumours and damage

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    MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan - uses magnetism to build a series of cross-sectional pictures of inside the body

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    Ureteroscopy – a tiny, fine telescope is passed through the bladder via the urethra, under general anaesthetic

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    Biopsy – tissue is removed under anaesthetic

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    Blue light cystoscopy - a tiny, thin camera is passed into the urethra, assisted by fluorescent light to show up cancerous tissue

Caring for our patients

The comprehensive care you will receive covers all needs for both outpatients and inpatients. Our specialist urological nurse sees patients from the point of diagnosis to treatment and follow-up. This enables her to provide valuable emotional support, information and advice. We are also proud to host our own psychosexual specialist nurse, who runs a psychosexual therapy service for patients and couples experiencing difficulties in either their sex lives or relationships.


Edna Dwyer

Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist

The patient care pathway

For their initial appointment, patients will be seen at our outpatients and diagnostics centre at The Shard. Most investigations and imaging can take place at the first consultation.

Each London Bridge Urology patient will be discussed within the LBU multidisciplinary team and then the wider London Bridge Hospital urology team meeting. This ensures that patient care is debated, agreed and planned by the leading consultant urologists and consultant radiologists in London and further afield. These meetings also involve all those in each patient’s care, from clinical nurse specialists, to physiotherapists, dietitians and pharmacists.

Our location

Outpatient & Diagnostic Centre, 6th Floor, HCA UK at The Shard

32 St Thomas Street

London SE1 9BS

Contact us

London Bridge Urology is situated in London Bridge Hospital.

084 4414 5392/ 020 7357 6466
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