Mr Rob Gray

Mr Rob Gray
BSc (Hons), MB ChB (Hons), FRCS (Urol)
Consultant Urological Surgeon

Languages spoken



Cycling, tennis, strategy games, repairing his beloved classic car, and traveling to Italy and France




Peters Way, Sandy Lane West, Oxford, OX4 6LB

51.7239071200697, -1.2145938932540707
+44 (0)1865 237 700
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69 Alma Road, Windsor, SL4 3HD

51.47755, -0.61809
+44 (0)1753 418444
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Specialises in

Genitourinary cancer
Condition/Cancer/Genitourinary cancer
Prostate cancer
Condition/Cancer/Prostate cancer


Core biopsy
Service/Cancer/Pathology tests and procedures
Service/Cancer/Pathology tests and procedures/Core biopsy
Image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT)
Service/Cancer/Radiotherapy/Image-guided radiotherapy
Trans perineal ultrasound
Service/Cancer/Pathology tests and procedures
Service/Cancer/Pathology tests and procedures/UrologyHub

Rob Gray is a consultant urological surgeon. He is appointed at both Buckinghamshire and Oxford University Hospitals in his NHS role. He qualified in medicine and surgery with honours in 2008 and trained in Bristol, Oxford, and London before taking a substantive post in Buckinghamshire.

He undertook surgical training in the Oxford region before transferring to London (after ranking in the top three trainees in the country via National Selection) to complete his subspecialist training with training posts at Kings College Hospital, St George’s hospital, Epsom and St Helier and latterly Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals in London as a senior registrar with a particular focus on kidney cancer surgery, stone and laser prostate surgery.

Since arriving in Buckinghamshire he has built a strong reputation for high-quality minimally invasive kidney, stone, and prostate surgery and has introduced advanced prostate diagnostic and treatment modalities to the region. Rob has introduced Urolift, supine PCNL, transperineal prostate biopsy, and robotic kidney surgery to the patients of Buckinghamshire.

For kidney cancer, he has excellent outcomes and maintains a high-volume caseload, and works between Wycombe hospital and The Churchill hospital in Oxford to carry out the bulk of his NHS surgery. He is the regional representative for training registrars and regularly attends meetings as well as being an active member of the Royal Society of Medicine, Urology section to ensure he is up to date. His research profile is available to view at Researchgate.

He is married to another consultant urologist in London and has a young daughter. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, tennis, strategy games, repairing his beloved classic car, and traveling to Italy and France.


Career positions

Current position(s)

  • Consultant Urological surgeon at at both Buckinghamshire and Oxford University Hospitals 



  • Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (honours) 2008 

Expertise and interests


  • Kidney cancer
  • PUJ obstruction
  • Kidney stones
  • Prostate enlargement
  • Laparoscopic (keyhole) and robotic-assisted nephrectomy
  • Partial nephrectomy and pyeloplasty
  • Flexible ureterorenoscopy (telescopic laser surgery)
  • Laser lithotripsy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy including mini-PCNL (keyhole kidney surgery)
  • Prostate surgery
  • Visible blood in the urine and patients with prostatitis

Professional memberships

  • British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)
  • European Association of Urology (EAU)
  • Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS)
  • Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)
  • American Urological Association (AUA)



  • European Association of Urology– Milan 2013; Second Prize for Best Video
  • Winner, Junior ERUS’12 video contest, EAU Robotic Urology Section
  • The Royal Society of Medicine Urology Section Spring Short Papers Prize 2011/2 – 2nd Prize winner
  • Laparoscopy section prize – SURG – Specialist Urology Registrars Group
  • International Society for Therapeutic Ultrasound – Student Prize Awarded at 6th International Symposium for Therapeutic Ultrasound, September, Oxford


  • Button vesicostomy: 13 years of experience (July 2013).
  • Early Recurrence of Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer as a Clinical Marker of a Poor Prognosis and Cancer-Specific Survival (November 2012)
  • Occlusion Angiography Using Intraoperative Contrast-enhanced Ultrasound Scan (CEUS): A Novel Technique Demonstrating Segmental Renal Blood Supply to Assist Zero-ischaemia Robot-assisted Partial Nephrectomy (October 2012)
  • Adherence of trials of operative intervention to the CONSORT statement extension for nonpharmacological treatments: A comparative before and after study (September 2012).
  • Nerve sparing can preserve orgasmic function in most men after robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (August 2011)