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British Association of Urological Surgeons

This is the official website of the British Association of Urological Surgeons.  Under the section 'Patients' there are headings including 'I'm told I need'.  It gives you a detail list of common urological procedures and patients information leaflet that forms and excellent basis for you to discuss with your GP or urologist the proposed operation to you.  Highly recommended.  If you go to search, you can also look for information on important topics like PSA or mesh erosion.   

Royal College of Surgeons England

In case you wonder why your urologist is spending a long time bombarding you with multiple choices of different ways to treat your urological condition, this link will provide with the legal background which led to the recent change.  Patients, i.e. you, are now the centre of the decision-making process.  It is expected that your doctor will explain and discuss with you all the reasonable options and provided all the information and time you need in order to make a choice that meets your needs and expectations. 


London Spinal Cord Injury Centre, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital 

It is essential to remember that the improved outcome and prognosis for spinal cord injury patients lie with the multi-disciplinary approach, spearheaded by the spinal rehabilitation specialists.  Please visit the London Spinal Cord Injury Centre.  You can also get involved in the fund-raising events. 



Neuro-Urology Department, London Spinal Cord Injury Centre

Further information about my colleagues and I can be found here.  We are always very happy to see you as an NHS patient if you do not have any private health insurance.

Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth

"All profits from the Hospital fund St John's Hospice, keeping its vital services running, which provide free care for over 4,000 terminally ill patients and their families each year."

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