Paediatric urology

Care for children with urological conditions

Our experienced paediatric urologists treat a range of bladder, urinary and genital conditions in children of all ages

About urology care for children

Urology is a medical specialty focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the male and female urinary tract and male reproductive organs. From routine check-ups to complex surgery, we have the facilities and expertise to offer the highest level of care, tailored to your child's needs.

Our paediatric urologists are experienced in treating both common and complex disorders of the genitalia, including undescended testicles and hypospadias, as well as bladder and urinary tract conditions, from recurrent bed wetting to urine infections.

Our paediatrics urology consultants

Our dedicated team of paediatric urologists are experts in the treatment of congenital (present at birth) and acquired urological conditions in babies and children up to the age of 18.

They can also provide advice on possible abnormalities detected in pregnancy, so your child can receive the best care at the earliest opportunity. 

Specialist complex surgery: Tom’s story

Tom was born with complex urological and colorectal issues. He was diagnosed with an imperforate anus (a blocked or missing anus) and hypospadias. Professor Peter Cuckow, Consultant Paediatric Urologist at The Portland Hospital, who routinely treats patients with the most severe cases of hypospadias, led Tom's treatment. 

Our location

From complex urological surgery to straightforward urinary tests, we provide exceptional care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics to help diagnose and treat a range of urinary conditions.

Request an appointment with a paediatric specialist

To request an appointment, call the paediatric unit on the number below. 

020 7390 8020
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