A group of established Urological Surgeons providing a comprehensive and specialist service.
We aim to offer a service that is
Appointments are available throughout the working week at various locations to suit your needs. Urgent cases can usually be seen on the same day. We put you at the heart of everything that we do, and our friendly team will support you on every step of your journey with us.
Recognised experts each focused on treating specific specialist areas so you receive the best possible care. We work closely with other independent specialists to ensure you experience smooth, continuous care.
We remain fully independent of any hospital group so that we can ensure that our patients receive the best possible care. This means we are able to choose the most suitable hospital for your inpatient care if required.
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MA DM MCh FEBU FRCS (Urol)
David Badenoch qualified at Oxford University and the Medical College of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. He has been a leading consultant urologist at the Royal London and St. Bartholomew’s Hospitals between 1988 and 2006 where he now holds an honorary consultant position as well as at King Edward VII hospital and The London Clinic.
Obtaining a DM (Oxon) by thesis on Male infertility in 1987 he went on to develop his interest in this area. Previously running the stone and lithotripsy service at the Royal London and Bart’s he has maintained a great interest and expertise in the modern management of urinary tract stones. He is an expert in current innovative surgical techniques for bladder outflow obstruction. He continues to work in prostate, bladder, testicular and renal cancer.
In 2003 David established a dedicated urological clinic at 101 Harley Street with integrated onsite diagnostic radiology and endoscopy. The combination of clinical excellence and committed personal care has resulted in a large and loyal national and international following since 1988. David continues to attend and contribute to national and international urological and scientific meetings and has recently served as President of the Section of Urology of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Author of over 60 publications and two books, he won the British Association of Urology Surgitek prize and was awarded the Grand Prix of the European Association of Urology. He was visiting Professor to the Department of Urology at the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota in 2001. David is a trustee of Orchid cancer charity as well as King Edward VII/ Sister Agnes’ Hospital, London.
Lower urinary tract dysfunction,
bladder outflow obstruction,
benign prostatic disease
prostate, bladder, testicular and renal cancer.
BSc MSc MBBS FRCS (Urol)
Declan Cahill qualified in 1993 at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, now Imperial College, with distinction. In 2015 he was appointed Consultant Urological Surgeon at The Royal Marsden to augment their prostate cancer service. Prior to this, he spent 12 years as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust (2003-2015).
He trained in London: being awarded the Hallett Prize Gold Medal for General Surgery and then the Keith Yates Gold Medal for Urology. After completing his Urology training he undertook fellowship training at Institute Montsouris, the world leading Institution at that time, to specialise in minimally invasive prostate surgery. He has a strong reputation in general urological diagnostics and treatment as well as his specialist practice in prostate cancer.
The national results for radical robotic prostatectomy within British Urology were made public for the first time in 2015. Declan is the highest volume surgeon with best (lowest) positive margin rates (cancer clearance) within high volume surgeons. 14.8% across all disease stages with a national average of 28.7%.
Da Vinci robotic surgery
MB BS FRCS FRCS(Urol)
Roland Morley is a consultant urological surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital and Imperial College London. Roland qualified in medicine at St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London and then served in the Royal Navy following a cadetship for x years.
He undertook research into uropathological aspects of female stress urinary incontinence. His urological training was on the Wessex Urological rotation and he was initially appointed Consultant Urologist at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust in 1998. In 2014 Roland was appointed Consultant Urologist at Charing Cross Hospital and Imperial College London.
He is currently President of the Section of Urology of the Royal Society of Medicine; he is also chairman of the specialist advisory committee for urology in the United Kingdom and oversees all urological training. Roland has published widely and lectures in his specialist field nationally and internationally
Roland has particular expertise in female urology, including incontinence, prolapse, bladder dysfunction and interstitial cystitis. He is also a specialist in paediatric urology as well as general adult urology.
Female Urology & reconstruction
General adult urology
THE PRACTICE STAFF
Mustaq is responsible for the day to day running of 101 Harley Street, ensuring that the team remains patient & focused at all times. He has worked in various roles within both the private and public sector, including the Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust. Mustaq completed his degree in Accounting & Finance at Middlesex University and then set out to become a Chartered Accountant through ACCA.
Medical Secretary Manager
Kemi’s career as a medical secretary spans over two decades. She qualified from AMSPAR in 1983 and has worked extensively in both NHS hospitals and the private sector covering many specialities, but of course with a particular expertise in Urology.
Kemi takes great satisfaction from leading an excellent team of medical secretaries and typists. She ensures the team delivers first class administrative support.