Mr Declan Cahill is a consultant urological surgeon. In 1993, he qualified at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, which is now Imperial College, with distinction.
Much of his extensive medical career has been spent training in London, although he has also trained in Paris. Owing to his medical excellence, he was awarded the Hallett Prize Gold Medal for General Surgery and then the Keith Yates Gold Medal for Urology. After completing his Urology training in London he undertook fellowship training at Institute Montsouris, the world leading Institution at the time, to specialise in minimally invasive prostate surgery.
For robotic radical prostatectomy his results are equivalent to the best-published results in the world for cancer margins, continence and potency. He operates on a very high volume number of patients with prostate cancer each year, performing between 3 and 5 robotic radical prostatectomies per week.
It should come as no surprise that Mr Cahill has a strong reputation in general urological diagnostics and treatment as well as his own specialist practice in prostate cancer.
BSc London University 1990
MBBS London University 1993
MSc London University 2000
FRCS (Eng) Royal College of Surgeons of England 1997
FRCS (Urol) Royal College of Surgeons of England 2001
Laparoscopic Surgery Fellowship Institute Montsouris 2002