Urology Services


Blackrock Clinic Urology Services operate with a focus on the now and a strong vision of the future. Constant investment in our equipment, environment and people means that the support we can give to our Urology faculty is unrivalled.

As such, we retain a strong team of Urology Consultant specialists who work cohesively with a crucial mix of seniority, public and private practice, and each contributing their own international experience and research benefits.

Our Urology Services Consultants are supported by a dedicated team of Urology Specialist Clinicians, and a plethora of Consultant colleagues offering a strong multi-disciplinary mix. Blackrock Clinic Urology Services deliver exceptional care at every stage of the patient journey.

We hope you find what you need within this section, but if you don’t, please contact us:

Telephone: 01 206 4564

Email: urology@blackrock-clinic.com

General Urology

General Urology

The management of diseases and disorders of the urinary tract (male & female) can be surgical, medical or both � Information

Andrology

Andrology

This branch of medicine deals with the male reproductive and urological systems; problems that are unique to men � Information

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

BPH (prostate enlargement) is a common noncancerous condition that happens to many men. New treatment advances made � Information

Female Pelvic Medicine

Female Pelvic Medicine

Focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the muscles and tissues of the female pelvic organs � Information

Robotic Urology

Robotic Urology

Our Da Vinci Xi Surgical Robot is a state- of-the-art surgical platform, teamed with a specially trained urology surgical team � Information

Stone Disease

Stone Disease

Kidney stone disease can cause symptoms such as severe pain in the lower back. It can affect both men and women � Information

Urologic Oncology

Urologic Oncology

The diagnosis and treatment of cancers / malignancies of the male and female urinary tracts and male reproductive organs � Information