Mr Thomas Smith is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust. Having been educated at Westminster school, Mr Smith completed his undergraduate medical training at University College London. He then decided to specialise within the field of Urology and undertook his urological training in South London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex. More impressively, he excelled during his training and became the first urologist in the United Kingdom to be fast tracked and complete his urological training early.
He specialises in all areas of general Urology, including the management of urinary symptoms, blood in urine and prostate problems. He is a specialist in the management and prevention of Kidney stones and laser prostate surgery.
Mr Smith provides first-class urology services at two private hospitals. The Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery (KIMS) in Maidstone and the Spire Hospital in Tunbridge Wells. His practice covers a broad range of urological conditions.
Apart from his clinical work, he is actively involved in teaching and training and regularly presents his work on kidney stone disease internationally. Furthermore, he has helped to establish minimally invasive urological procedures in Africa through which he was awarded the BMA Humanitarian Award.