Mr David Badenoch began his medical training at Oxford University before later studying at the Medical College of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. He later qualified in 1975, later working as a consultant urologist at both the Royal London and St. Bartholomew’s Hospitals. His contribution to the both hospitals means that he currently holds an honorary consultant position there as well as at King Edward VII hospital.
In 1987, Mr Badenoch obtained a DM (Oxon) for his thesis on “male infertility” and since then has continued to develop his interest in this area. During his time at the Royal London and Bart's, he ran the stone and lithotripsy service where he gained an expertise in the modern management of urinary tract stones. Recognised extensively within his field, he is an expert in current innovative surgical techniques for bladder outflow obstruction.
In 2003, Mr Badenoch established a dedicated urological clinic at 101 Harley Street with integrated onsite diagnostic radiology and endoscopy. It should come as no surprise that the combination of clinical excellence and committed personal care has resulted in a large and loyal national and international following since 1988.
Beyond these achievments, Mr Badenoch recently served as President of the Section of Urology of the Royal Society of Medicine and continues to attend and contribute to national and international urological and scientific meetings.
Primary Medical Qualification
Oxford University and St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College (1975)