Prior to the specialist registrar training, Mr Henry Andrews was a research fellow in andrology at the Middlesex/UCLH hospital and trained in urology being a specialist registrar at the Northeast Thames region between 1998 and 2003. The rotations centred around St Bartholomew’s hospital as the main hub, where he was chief registrar for 2 years. During this time, Mr Andrews trained mainly in stone surgery, including PCNLs (percutaneous nephrolithotomy) and endourolgy and stone lasers.
After mandatory training years, Mr Andrews took further training in L’IMM – L’institut Mutualiste Montsouris in Paris as a laparoscopic and robotic fellow for a year. This work involved learning to use laparoscopy and robots in the treatment of prostate cancer. And also laparoscopy (keyhole) in treating kidney diseases including cancer.
- Milton Keynes Hospital
- Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons – England
- FRCS (eng)
- Fellow, Royal college of Surgeons – Ireland
- Fellow, Intercollegiate College of Surgeons (Urology) UK – (FRCS- Urol)
- Fellow, European Board of Urology – FEBU