Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE trained in London, the West Midlands and USA. His broad experience in urology allows him to deal with emergency and elective urology patients. He has particular interests in urological oncology, erectile dysfunction, prostate, sexual dysfunction and incontinence.
His articles on prostate cancer have been regularly published in the medical and surgical press. Professor Chinegwundoh has also done much television work for Channel 4, ITV, Sky news and the BBC regarding prostate cancer, testis cancer and bladder cancer.
Professor Chinegwundoh also runs an incontinence service. He is the regional lead for prostate brachytherapy and is currently working on a major research study in prostate cancer. He is on the selection panel for medical school entry and since 2008, he has held a National Award for Clinical Excellence. He is active in the voluntary sector as chairman of the charity Cancer Black Care and trustee of the National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups, aka Tackle.
He has a large medical legal practice and regularly attends Court to act as an expert medical witness.
In 2013, he was awarded a MBE for services to urology and the NHS, one of only a handful of urologists in the country to have been honoured in this way.
He runs an accredited web site www.urologyconsultant.co.uk
Transurethral resection of the prostate.
Transurethral resection in saline
Transperineal template prostate biopsy
Low dose rate prostate brachytherapy
Reversal of vasectomy
Primary Medical Qualification