At the Norfolk Prostate Clinic, we are committed to providing high standards of care to all our patients. We strive to deliver excellence throughout the entire patient journey. At NPC we understand the value of personalised care and the importance of tailoring diagnostics and treatment to the patient’s needs. We offer tests for many urological conditions including specialised ultrasound and have the use of a state-of-the-art 3 Tesla MRI scanner, which is the newest in the East Anglia region.
We are very pleased to be able to offer a rapid access prostate diagnostic service which has been created with the patient at the centre and is Consultant delivered. We are happy to discuss PSA blood tests as well as bothersome urinary symptoms and fully explore any concerns that patients may have. Referrals can be made through your General Practitioner or via self-referral through the Global clinic. Our team are able to accommodate weekend or evening appointments if required. All our Consultants hold NHS positions at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital which is one of the busiest teaching hospitals in the region.
We believe in the importance of a holistic, multidisciplinary approach and the access to expertise that this brings. With consent, this extends to collaborating with colleagues in London and UK wide to offer the best for our patients. Our team at the Global Clinic reflects these values and consists of:
All members of the team have regular appraisals as part of their NHS duties which include patient feedback. Surgical outcomes are audited and presented in local and regional governance meetings.
Utsav is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and was appointed in 2017 having trained in London and the South East. He has a sub specialist interest in prostatic disease (both cancer and benign) and his work in the field of prostate cancer diagnostics and treatment has been presented at international conferences. This includes the introduction of a novel prostate biopsy technique to improve diagnostic accuracy in the East Anglia region.
He has also completed 2 years of specialist training at the Frimley Benign Prostate Clinical Research Centre at Frimley Park Hospital where he gained expertise in a wide range of minimally invasive surgical procedures for the management of bothersome urinary symptoms (including laser prostatectomy).
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Omar has worked at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as a Consultant Urologist since 2018. He completed his senior urology training in Cambridge and Norwich and undertook a PhD in prostate cancer at the University of East Anglia. He successfully completed a prestigious robotic (minimally invasive) surgery fellowship at University College London Hospital (UCLH). He has a specialist interest in the management of prostate and bladder cancers.
Keith obtained 1st class Honours in Medicine from St Andrews University and graduated from Edinburgh University Medical School in 2009. He commenced radiology training at Norwich Radiology Academy in 2012 during which he completed a MD in advanced prostate MRI techniques at University of East Anglia. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2016. He is fellowship trained in body imaging from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, before returning to take up a post as a Consultant Radiologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in 2019. His daily practice involves specialty reporting in urological, gynaecological, hepatobiliary and oesophagogastric imaging.
Paul graduated from King’s College Hospital, London and completed his radiology training at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals before a Fellowship in Body MRI at the Mallinckrodt institute of Radiology in St Louis, Missouri. He is now MRI lead and departmental governance lead in the radiology department at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital where he was appointed as a consultant in 2004. His specialist interests include urology and gynaecology imaging as well as vascular and whole body MRI. He has authored more than 70 peer reviewed publications and he has been the recipient of more than £100,000 in grants for research developing new MRI techniques in prostate cancer.
Helen has a 1st class honours degree in Adult Nursing and has been a Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital since 2009. She specialises in prostatic disease and has focused on prostate cancer diagnostics and treatment for the past 3 years. She has been involved in Professor Colin Cooper’s research at the University of East Anglia looking at diagnosing prostate cancer through urine testing. She has also spent some time in working in Australia.
Helen works with a holistic approach, offering help, support and advice to patients and their families who are undergoing investigations for suspected prostate cancer as well as those who have recently been diagnosed.
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