Welcome to Urology Partners

Urology Partners is dedicated to providing all our patients with expert advice, patient choice and the very highest quality of clinical care. We treat the whole range of urological conditions and employ the latest proven techniques using the most up-to-date technology to provide timely and low-risk care for our patients.

The four consultants leading the practice are Neil Barber, Simon Bott, Richard Hindley and Timothy Nedas. Practising from London, Surrey and Hampshire, our focus on minimally invasive procedures means short hospital stays and rapid return to normal activity.

As of October 2018, we are delighted to welcome 4 new consultants into Urology Partners. They are Ahmed Ali, Andrew Chetwood, Amr Emara and Muddassar Hussain. They bring with them additional skills and expertise and allow us to offer appointments to a wider geographical area along the M3 corridor and into London. 

PLEASE NOTE, FOLLOWING THE RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE FOR REZUM STEAM TREATMENT AND AQUABLATION TREATMENT FOR BPH, WE ARE EXPERIENCING A HIGH VOLUME OF PHONE CALLS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE FURTHER INFORMATION ON THESE TREATMENTS, PLEASE CONTACT US USING OUR ONLINE CONTACT FORM

Latest News & Blogs

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The right BPH treatment for you?

We now have an expanding range of BPH treatments, with Rezum and Aquablation being the latest additions to the offering having received NICE...

NICE Approval for Aquabeam treatment for BPH

NICE has now confirmed approval of water jet ablation treatment, used to treat BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). To view the guidance plea...

Richard Hindley on Talk Radio following NICE approval for Rezum

Following the announcement from NICE that prostate steam treatment, Rezum, has been approved for the NHS to offer patients as an option to t...

Rezum receives NICE approval

Media coverage of the prostate steam treatment, Rezum, pioneered by Professor Richard Hindley, has been followed up by confirmation from NIC...

Breaking News - Rezum approval from NICE due this week

As we wait for NICE to approve Rezum for BPH treatment as a new technology procedure for the NHS this week, The Daily Mail pushes the story ...

Urology Partners at #AUA18

It's time to go stateside as the American Urological Association hold their annual conference in San Francisco this week, 18-21 May.Neil Bar...

Urology Dept at Hampshire Hospital receives #NHS70 Award nomination

Richard Hindley's work on leading developments in Urology have been recognised by local MP Maria Miller. Today his department at Basingstoke...

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms - Time for a New Conversation

Neil Barber goes through all the available treatment options for LUTs in the latest newsletter for the Independent Doctor's Federation (IDF)...

Answering the questions on MRI scanning for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Prostate Cancer awareness has seen a massive spike since the news of it being a bigger killer than breast cancer earlier this year.Whilst th...

Patients from Basingstoke contribute to the PRECISION Study for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Great steps forward this week as the results of the PRECISION Study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The PRECISION Stu...

Recent Testimonials

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I can honestly say my flow rate has never been better

Mr A, Hampshire

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Rezum

I knew something was wrong with the waterworks, and naturally feared the worst. Initial tests suggested that it was BPH rather than anything more serious. However until, under the care of Richard Hindley, this was confirmed by an MRI scan, ...

My quality of life was a serious issue and something had to be done

Mr G, Hampshire

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Rezum

I was referred to Richard Hindley by my doctor in 2010 as a result of an elevated PSA and enlarged prostate. At this time I was prescribed Finasteride with my PSA to be regularly monitored. For the next few years my PSA stayed at an accepta...

Now I can enjoy a full round of golf without stopping for the loo!

Mr P, Northumberland

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Rezum

I am a 71 year old man and I live on the Cumbria/Northumberland border. I first noticed I was getting up more during the night to go to the toilet in my early sixties. This issue grew steadily worse, up to four times a night.
I initially w...

Improvement in my health has been superb

Mr L, Hampshire

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Rezum

I first experienced incontinence about 5/6 years ago. I was going to the loo more and more urgently. I saw my GP who diagnosed urge incontinence and prescribed Tamsulosin. Although this drug helped, it wasn’t a significant improvement...

Total Success ...You've made getting old a much better proposition.

Mr R, Worcestershire

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Rezum

By the time I saw Richard Hindley at The Hampshire Clinic in March 2018, I was already 3 years down the road with an enlarged prostate.
The Dr’s surgery that I had been with for so many years dismissed my problems as medication relat...

Such a positive change in my quality of life

Mr K, Surrey

  • Condition: BPH
  • Treatment/Procedure: Urolift

For a numbers of years I had been struggling with bladder frequency and urine flow problems. I had been investigated privately by another consultant who suggested I had bladder dystonia problems and requested my GP to prescribe Regurin tabl...

Thank you for your kindness

Mrs G, Hampshire

  • Condition: Kidney Stones

Dear Mr Nedas,I felt I must write and thank you for your kindness today. It was such a pleasure to be treated with congeniality but also with super efficiency and it was undoubtedly a bonus that the scan could be carried out so swiftly. I a...

Thank you for keeping me alive!

Mr S, Hampshire

  • Condition: Prostate Cancer
  • Treatment/Procedure: HIFU

Just wanted to say a great big thank you for looking after me so well last week.  Richard thank you for the precision sharp shooting, Peter (anaesthetist) for finding a vein in my hand I did not know I still had, oh and to both of you for k...