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London Urology Associates facility

SPECIALIST UNIT

London Urology Associates

A close-knit team of eleven expert consultant urologists

Contact number:

020 3553 1337

18 Devonshire Street

Marylebone

London W1G 7AF

Why choose London Urology Associates?

At London Urology Associates (LUA) we believe that the highest quality of urological care can only be achieved when the best practitioners in their field collaborate to offer an integrated, ‘joined up’ service. Bringing together leading specialists allows us to ensure that the treatment and advice you receive is the most appropriate and reliable whilst being at the cutting edge of modern medicine.
 
Each consultant specialises in a different area of urology allowing London Urology Associates to offer comprehensive treatment for all varieties of urological conditions and combine knowledge to treat the most complex cases. As well as clinical commitments, all members have active research programmes — publishing more than 500 research papers between them in scientific journals. London Urology Associates have a 24 hour on-call emergency service and outpatient clinics on Monday to Friday. Our specialist nurses are available all week.

Urological expertise

LUA members and staff of The Princess Grace Hospital are fully dedicated to delivering the best service possible for the treatment of a variety of urological conditions.

  • Bladder cancer

    Need to know

    The most common type of bladder cancer starts in the cells in the lining of the bladder. This is known as non-invasive bladder cancer. In some cases it may spread into the surrounding muscle, through the muscle and into other parts of the body. This is known as invasive bladder cancer. We work with leading...

  • Bladder function

    Need to know

    Your bladder is responsible for storing and releasing urine. Problems with the bladder may result in a number of symptoms such as incontinence or a sudden, uncontrollable urge to pass urine. HCA UK’s leading urological consultants offer multi-disciplinary treatment for the symptoms of bladder...

  • Prostate cancer

    Need to know

    HCA Healthcare UK is committed to giving you the most advanced, personalised cancer treatment and care. Our cancer care network is spread across the UK. This includes our own private hospitals, private units within leading NHS hospitals and dedicated chemotherapy and radiotherapy centres. We offer patients...

  • Urinary tract infection

    Need to know

    A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection of any part of your urinary system. There are different names for infections in different parts of the body: cystitis (bladder), urethritis (urethra) and pyelonephritis (kidneys). If you've been diagnosed with a UTI, we can help.

  • Urinary incontinence

    Need to know

    Urinary incontinence refers to the accidental passing of urine. It affects up to 3 million people in the UK, including 15% of women and 5% of men in their mid-40s. Instances of it increase with age. There are different types of urinary incontinence, from stress to giggle incontinence. Depending on the...

  • Kidney stones

    Need to know

    Kidney stones are stone-like lumps that form in the kidney. Sometimes, they can get stuck in the ureter (tube from the kidney to the bladder), causing severe lower back pain and occasional blood in urine. Most stones are small enough to pass naturally in your urine. Bigger kidney stones may require treatment,...

  • Hematuria

    Need to know

    If you notice blood in your urine, no matter how small the amount, even if it was just once and regardless of having any other symptoms, you should have it investigated. Blood in the urine could be a symptom of cancer of the bladder, kidney or bladder stones, inflammation of the kidneys, urinary tract...

  • Urological cancer

    Need to know

     

  • Erectile dysfunction

    Need to know

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is also known as impotence. It’s very common in men over 40 and means that it is difficult to get or maintain an erection that is strong enough for sexual activity. It is usually nothing serious, but research shows that it can be one of the first indicators of cardiovascular...

  • Testicular cancer

    Need to know

  • Undescended testicles

    Need to know

    When in the womb, a baby boy's testes (testicles) will form inside his abdomen. They usually move down into the scrotum by 35 weeks of pregnancy. Sometimes one of the testes, or occasionally both, does not descend and remains in the abdomen. This usually corrects itself within three to six months after...

Urology Consultants at LUA

Mr Ken Anson

Mr Ken Anson

Consultant Urologist

Mr Suks Minhas

Mr Suks Minhas

Consultant Urologist

Christopher Ogden

Mr Chris Ogden

Consultant Urologist

Mr Jonathan Ramsay

Mr Jonathan Ramsay

Consultant Urologist

Mr Daniel Wood

Mr Daniel Wood

Consultant Urologist

Mr Tet Yap

Mr Tet Yap

Consultant Urologist

Our location

18 Devonshire Street

Marylebone

London W1G 7AF

LUA is based at 18 Devonshire Street in Central London, should you require admission for a procedure or treatment the LUA will operate at The Princess Grace Hospital at Nottingham Place in Marylebone.

Request an appointment at LUA

Do you have any questions about London Urology Associates? We're happy to help answers any questions and can also make an appointment with one of our experienced consultants.

020 3553 1337
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