Mr Henry Andrews

MD, MRCOG


Special clinical interest in laser surgery; prostate disease including prostate cancer; Incontinence (urine); kidney stones; stone disease; benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH); endourology; female urology; urinary tract disorders; Bladder syndromes; laparoscopic procedures (‘keyhole surgery’) for urological conditions including cancer and stones minimal access surgery for large kidney stones and laser endo-urological procedures.

LANGUAGES

English

Professional profile

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.

Year qualified
1987

NHS Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital

Professional memberships
Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons – England
FRCS (eng)
Fellow, Royal college of Surgeons – Ireland
FRCS-ire
Fellow, Intercollegiate College of Surgeons (Urology) UK – (FRCS- Urol)
Fellow, European Board of Urology – FEBU

Specialities

  • Oncology

Centres