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Francis Chinegwundoh

Francis Chinegwundoh
Consultant Urological Surgeon


Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE MBBS  MS  MML(Medical Law) FRCS(Eng)  FRCS(Ed)  FRCS(Urol) FEBU has been a Consultant Urologist at St Bartholomews Hospital, London and the London NHS Trust and Newham University Hospital NHS Trust since 1996 (since 1 April 2012 merged as Barts Health NHS Trust).  He is a former Clinical Director of Surgery and Anaesthesia at Newham University Hospital NHS Trust. 


He also has a private practice at 142-146 Harley Street, London and has admitting rights and appointments by arrangement at London Independent Hospital, BUPA Roding, London Clinic, Cromwell Hospital, London Bridge Hospital, Holly House Hospital and Wellington Hospital. 


Professor Chinegwundoh is also an honorary clinical senior lecturer at the University of London, a recognised teacher of the University of London, a visiting Professor in Urology to University Teaching Hospital of Enugu, Nigeria and formerly acting Medical Director of Newham University Hospital NHS Trust, London. 

    Clinical interests

  • Andrology

    • Premature ejaculation
    • Erectile dysfunction – able to offer all the treatments available including penile implants
    • Testicular abnormalities including cancer
    • Scrotal swellings – such as hydrocele, epidididymal cysts, varicocele
    • Vasectomy
    • Reversal of vasectomy
    • Circumcision
    • Frenuloplasty – preserving the foreskin
    • Undescended testis
    • Male infertility – full assessment, sperm retrieval where warranted
    • Peyronies disease – including penile straightening surgery

    General urology

    • Recurrent urinary tract infections – can offer intravesical treatment
    • Overactive bladder
    • Urinary symptoms assessment – including flexible cystoscopy and urodynamics
    • Urinary stone disease – including assessment, ureteroscopy, external lithotripsy
    • Haematuria (blood in the urine) – an emergency service
    • Urinary retention

If prior referral is needed before a consultation, then you will first need to ask your General Practitioner to refer you to the consultant. If no prior referral is required, then you can go straight to the consultant without the need to see your GP.

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