Mr White Winchester Urologist

Mr White: Background and expertise

Mr White trained at Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Medical school in London qualifying in 2002. He undertook his urology training in the Wessex Deanery and completed his MSc in Urology at the University of London. He was awarded the Urology Fellowship at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne Australia where he spent a year gaining additional experience in general urology and endourological techniques.
He was appointed as a consultant urologist at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation trust in 2013.
He provides a comprehensive general urological service including the investigation of urinary tract symptoms, urological cancer diagnosis, urinary tract infection, blood in the urine (haematuria), prostate disease, bladder dysfunction and vasectomy. He has also recently introduced the use of UroLift®as a minimally invasive option for men with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester.
His specialist interest is in the surgical and non-surgical management of urinary tract stone disease.

 

Current NHS posts held

Consultant Urologist Hampshire Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust:

  • Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester
  • North Hampshire Hospital, Basingstoke
  • Andover War Memorial Hospital, Andover

Honorary Consultant Urologist University Hospital Southampton

Research Interests

Stone disease

Bladder dysfunction

Personal Interests

Mr White makes the most of the surrounding area of Winchester and the South Downs, be it on foot or bike. He is a keen skier, enjoys music and is a follower of rugby. He met his wife whilst sailing in the Solent and has two young children that keep him busy.