Mr Jeremy Ockrim is a Consultant Urological Surgeon in Female and Reconstructive Surgery on Harley Street. In addition to this, he also treats at University College Hospital London and the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London. Beyond his strict clinical pursuits, he advocates for the importance of teaching and to this extent, he is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London and the clinical lead for sacral nerve-neuromodulation at University College Hospital. A notable aspect of an already distinguished career; Mr Ockrim was one of the first British providers of sacral nerve stimulation to manage urgency, incontinence and pain. A note on Mr Ockrim’s personal philosophy on medicine:
"Medicine often offers multiple solutions to problems. These solutions should be tailored to the patient’s specific circumstances and needs. All the alternatives should be discussed and a holistic approach agreed with patients applied."
He qualified with a Bachelor of Science at the University of Glasgow before receiving a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Imperial College London in 1999. His MD thesis was written on the use ofoestrogen in the treatment of prostate cancer. Following qualification he undertook a clinical fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia. Throughout his career, he has received membership of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS), the British Medical Association, the European Association of Urology, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the Royal Society of Medicine, and he is assistant editor of the Central European Journal of Urology. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Urology).
Mr Ockrim has particular interest in managing overactive bladder and pain syndromes. He can provide a multitude of treatments, including medical therapy, acupuncture, cosmetic injectables and neuromodulation.
BSc (Hons) Immunology 1991
MBChB (Medicine) Glasgow 1994
FRCS (Surgery) Edinburgh 1998
MD University of London 2004
FRCS (Urol) University of London 2006
Clinical Fellowship Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia 2008