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Mr Roland Morley

Consultant Urologist

Qualifications:
MB BS FRCS FRCS(Urol)

Main NHS base:
Kingston Hospital

Personal Secretary:

020 8971 8026

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Training & background:

Mr Morley served a cadetship in The Royal Navy as an undergraduate and following graduation, spent 6 years within The Royal Navy gaining my fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of London in 1989. Mr Morley spent 3 years training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, before undertaking research in uropathological aspects of female stress urinary incontinence. He then commenced urological training on the Wessex urological rotation and was  appointed to his consultant post at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust in 1998 with an interest in female Urology, paediatric urology and benign reconstruction.

Mr Morley is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, The International Continence Society and President Elect of the Urology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. Mr Morley is a final MB examiner, and also examines for the MSc at the Institute of Urology.  He is Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Urology in the United Kingdom and oversees all urological training.

Clinical Interests:

Female urology, incontinence surgery, prolapse, bladder dysfunction, interstitial cystitis and urinary tract infections. Also interested in paediatric urology, infertility, benign reconstruction of urinary trac and infertility vasectomy reversal.

 

Areas of expertise:

Circumcision, Self Pay Consultations , Urology.

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Clinic Times:

Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment.

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Schedule Key

A: Alternate weeks
M: Monthly sessions
A/H: Ad Hoc
P: Consulting at Parkside Hospital at Putney
A/P: Consulting alternative weeks at Parkside Hospital at Putney
M/P: Consulting monthly at Parkside Hospital at Putney

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