See a private urologist today
We diagnose and treat all urological conditions
These include all problems related to the structure, the function, or disease of the kidneys, bladder, urethra (the tube that carries urine out of your body) and the male reproductive system including the prostate.
Common problems that we treat include:
- Urological cancer
- Chronic cystitis
- Enlarged prostate
- Erectile dysfunction
- Kidney and urinary stones
- Lower urinary tract symptoms – such as urinating more often or at night, weak urine flow or urine retention
- Urinary incontinence
- Vasectomy pain or reversal
Symptoms may include lumps, pain, infections or abnormal changes in any of these areas of your body as well as more general health problems such as fatigue or depression.
Visit our private urology clinic
1. Make an appointment
If you're worried about new or existing urology symptoms contact us today. A GP referral may not be necessary, we'll give you all the information needed
2. Visit the clinic
You can be seen within 24 hours at a convenient time for you. A urologist will discuss your symptoms & medical history & undertake an examination & any tests or scans as needed
3. Receive your results
In many cases, you’ll get your results on the same day. If not, we’ll arrange a follow-up to discuss the results or organise further tests if needed
We are recognised by all leading providers of private medical insurance. You may need to call your insurer for authorisation or obtain a GP referral letter, depending on your provider, to attend our clinic.
Self-pay options are also available.
- Consultation from £255
- Ultrasound from £290
- CT scan from £400
- MRI from £450
Consultant-led UrologyHub clinics
Our clinics are located in state-of-the-art specialist outpatient centres with access to nationally recognised urology specialists and a full multidisciplinary team for a fast, professional and comprehensive urology service. Our services are quick and easy to access, whether you’re using private medical insurance or paying for yourself. The aim is to for you to see a urologist with the appropriate specialism and have any required diagnostic investigations on the same day and any further investigative or treatment required as soon as possible afterwards.
Mr Neil Haldar
MBBS(Lon), MD (University of London), FRCS (Eng), FRCS Urol
Consultant Urological surgeon