Urological cancers

What we do

We offer a range of diagnostic and assessment services for people with urological cancers – these include bladder, prostate and kidney cancers. We see people with suspicious urology conditions within two weeks of referral and are part of a specialist urology group that meet within north west London on a weekly basis to discuss complex cases, share best practice and ensure we have the best possible treatment plans for patients.

Our approach is to ensure a coordinated approach to diagnosis, treatment and care services for everyone, diagnosed with any type of urological cancer. We also link in with other health professionals and teams across the trust to help provide seamless care for patients at all times.

A critical part of our multidisciplinary approach is our clinical nurse specialists who work hard to ensure each patient has a key worker who acts as a point of reference for any enquiry they may have about the disease and treatment—such as side effects of medication and how to manage symptoms at home. They also ensure a smooth transition between hospitals or other sites and clinics who may provide different aspects of treatment.

Our team

The team at Chelsea and Westminster is led by our urology consultants Mr Michael Dineen, Mr Bijan Khoubehi, Mr Nigel Borley and Mr Hama Attar, supported by clinical nurse specialist Teresa Kua. We also have two oncologists—Dr Cathryn Brock and Dr Simon Stewart.

At West Middlesex you will be seen by one of our four urology consultants—Mr Konstantinos Charitopoulos, Dr David Hrouda, Mr Hugh Rogers or Mr Mathias Winkle—who work alongside clinical nurse specialist Juliette Van Wijgerden.

Location

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Gate 2, Outpatient Department, Lower Ground Floor, Lift D

West Middlesex University Hospital

We are based in Outpatients 6, Ground Floor, East Wing of West Middlesex University Hospital.

Contact

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

T: 020 3315 8000 (switchboard) 

West Middlesex University Hospital 

T: 020 8321 5440

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