Mr Christopher Dawson - Consultant Urologist, Fitzwilliam Hospital, Peterborough

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Mr Christopher Dawson - Urology

Mr Christopher Dawson is a Consultant Urologist at Fitzwilliam Hospital in Peterborough

Clinical interests

Kidney or Ureteric stones, Kidney (Renal) Cancer, Renal Mass on ultrasound, Blood in the Urine (Haematuria), Cystitis, Urinary Tract Infection, Haematuria (Blood in the urine), Bladder Cancer, Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, BPH, Prostate Cancer, Epididymal Cyst, Hydrocele, Tight Foreskin, Vasectomy / Vasectomy Reversal

Academic background

Trained at University College, London and qualified in 1986 having taken an intercalated BSc in Immunology. Following his FRCS examination in 1990 he undertook a surgical registrar rotation in Portsmouth before starting his MS thesis at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London working for Mr HN Whitfield.

On completion of his MS thesis he began his higher training in Urology at the Battle Hospital, Reading, moving on to the Institute of Urology in London, and then to Peterborough.

During his time as a Senior Registrar in Peterborough he co-authored the ABC of Urology with Hugh Whitfield.Chris was appointed Consultant Urologist at the Edith Cavell Hospital Peterborough in December 1996. He was Lead Clinician for the Department from 2003 to 2016, and remains Cancer Lead Clinican for the Department.

Professional Memberships

Member of British Association of Urological SurgeonsMember of European Association of Urology

NHS base

Stamford and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust