Urology Services

Through our partnership with West Sussex Urology, we are able to provide a broad range of general and specialist private urology services in Sussex, using consultants, doctors and nursing staff who are experts in their field.

Private Urology services in Sussex

We can provide:

  • Bladder cancer management
  • Complex stone disease with endoscopic laser fragmentation of renal stones and lithotripsy
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Female and male incontinence
  • Laparoscopic surgery for renal and prostate cancer
  • Paediatric and adolescent urology
  • Urethral and bladder reconstruction
  • Vasectomy
  • Vasectomy reversal

Our locations

We deliver private urology services at both Worthing and St Richard’s hospitals.

Why choose us?

Patients will see the specialist of their choice or be transferred to a sub-specialist within the group as appropriate. This ensures the best specialty care at all times.

We offer cancer patients rapid access to diagnostics and treatment. Care for these patients is managed by a local multi-disciplinary team (MDT) and the Sussex specialist MDT for complex cancers.

This allows us to provide immediate access to specific radiology imaging and oncology support for cancer patients and commits us to the highest standards of care.

Our committed team of surgeons is dedicated to modern urological care. Our pioneering specialists are working at the forefront of new treatments in urology and are ready to provide you with the expert care you need.

Advice and guidance

Below you can find links to a range of advice and guidance that you might find useful:

You can follow us on Twitter @wsurologyllp for more advice and guidance.


Our consultants

  • Angela Birnie
  • Paul Carter
  • Barnaby Chappell
  • Rob Frymann
  • James Hicks
  • Dan Magrill
  • Suzie Venn
  • Simon Woodhams

Our Consultants work collaboratively with the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) to provide information about themselves & their practice that will be insightful for patients and the choices they have. Please go to www.phin.org.uk.

PHIN is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that exists to support patient choice and to provide data that helps drive improvement across private healthcare.

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