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Mr Jonathan Dyer
Mr Jonathan Dyer
Urology
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SUBSPECIALTIES

Urological Oncology
Urinary tract infections (UTI)

REGISTERED WITH

General Medical Council: 4149901

LANGUAGES

english

About

Mr Dyer specialises in urological oncology with a specialist interest in prostate cancer and robotic surgery. Mr Dyer has worked as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust since 2009. 

Mr Dyer studied biochemistry and pharmacology before entering medical training at the University of Southampton. He graduated with two degrees in 1994. He undertook his higher specialist training in Urology in the Wessex Deanery. Having gained considerable experience in all aspects of urological practice, he ventured to Australia for a fellowship in laparoscopic surgery. He also undertook additional specialist training in advanced laparoscopy in Ohio. He has built on this wealth of experience and introduced robotic surgery to his practice in 2015.

He completed a Medical Doctorate in 2007. 

Mr Dyer is accomplished in all areas of general urology including benign and malignant prostate conditions, peno-scrotal surgery and erectile dysfunction. Nevertheless the majority of his practice centres around prostate cancer diagnostics and robotic prostatectomy

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Medical Procedures

  • Robotic prostatectomy
  • TRUS Biopsy of the Prostate
  • Transperineal prostate biopsy
  • Fusion biopsy of the prostate
  • Circumcision
  • Hydrocoele repair
  • Vasectomy
  • TURP
  • TURBT
  • PAE

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Special Interests

  • Prostate Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery
  • PSA Screening
  • BPH
  • PAE
  • Foreskin conditions
  • Scrotal conditions
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Erectile dysfunction



Education

  • MBBS Medicine University of Southampton 1994
  • Biochemistry and Pharmacology University of Southampton 1990
  • Medical Doctorate University of Southampton 2007
  • FRCS Urology Royal College of Surgeons England 2006

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Professional, friendly, clear, cheery, enthusiastic(!)
Patient seen for:Prostate Cancer
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31-01-2020
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Pre and post operative care has been excellent. Mr Dyer provided clear information about options, risks and outcomes associated with my chosen treatment, robotically assisted radical prostatectomy, and fully respected my decision on how I wanted to proceed. He clearly works to a very high professional standard and for me delivered an excellent outcome with no complications and a fast recovery. I recommend him most highly.
Patient seen for:Prostate Cancer
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06-01-2020
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Mr Dyer is very friendly, approachable and knowledgeable. He explained everything very clearly and really put my mind at ease.
Patient seen for:Testicular PainHip and groin pain
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25-11-2019
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Excellent. Payed attention to my issue and discussed everything in detail.
Patient seen for:Testicular Pain
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25-11-2019
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I have found Mr Dyer very caring and treats me as an individual. Always explains the next step fully and I know if I have any concerns can contact him. I have 100% confidence in him.
Patient seen for:Prostate Cancer
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25-11-2019
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When Mr Dyer confirmed my diagnosis of prostrate cancer he took the time to explain all the options for treatment.He explained that surgical removal would ensure the best possible outcome.After preliminary scans & tests the robotic surgery was carried out after several weeks. I returned home after 2 nights. My catheter was removed after a week. Gradually over the next month or so my life returned to normal,(with my wifes help) I had 3 monthly PSA tests for the 1st year & 6 monthly PSA tests from than on.After 2 years all the tests are negative. All the symptoms I had before treatment have gone. I feel less tired & my urinary continence is no longer a problem. I know my decision to proceed with Mr Dyers recommendations was 100% correct.
Patient seen for:Prostate Cancer
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24-11-2019
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I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in early June after I had insisted local clinic check my PSA. Reading of 18 followed by MRI and Biopsy and then referred to Mr. Jonathan Dyer. Mr. Dyer clearly outlined options for me and we decided to proceed with radical (nerve saving) prostatectomy and I elected to self fund op on 11th July rather than wait 2 months for NHS treatment. Staff at Spire were excellent - nurses, canteen assistants and particularly the theatre staff. Mr Dyer called my wife immediately after the (6 hour!) operation to let her know all was well. Post op care superb, Mr.Dyer has kept in touch to confirm recovery proceeding to plan and to let me know that PSA down to zero following a blood test early September. In short I have been very impressed with the treatment I received and would recommend The Spire, and particularly Mr. Dyer, without hesitation!
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12-11-2019
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See previous comments - Mr.Dyer is very personable and professional and very pleased I was under his care
Patient seen for:Prostate Cancer
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08-11-2019
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