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- Urinary tract stones
- Urological malignancy
Mr Jonathan Ord is a Consultant Urologist with a specialist interest in kidney stone surgery. He was trained in Urology at Guy’s Hospital and St George’s Hospital in London. He undertook a fellowship at Monash University Hospital in Melbourne (Australia) to further his training in both general urology and kidney stone surgery. He is now working jointly at Cheltenham, Gloucester and Hereford Hospitals as Consultant Urologist where he performs ca. 100 percutaneous and endoscopic operations for kidney stones per year as well as treating kidney stones with lithotripsy.
Mr Ord has published many clinical articles in international peer reviewed journals. His research has taken him from bladder cancer (MD thesis in 2004) to kidney stones.
It is of great importance to Mr Ord to always be able to provide the best available care to his patients before, during and after any surgical procedure. He currently keeps a running record of all his own PCNL stone surgery outcomes and complication rates on the national BAUS database which he is happy to provide in person on request. He also audited the results of his first 190 prostate template biopsies and 450 flexible ureteroscopies.
Areas of interest
Flexible and semi-rigid laser ureteroscopy; Template prostate biopsy; PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy)
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Yvonne Marney Not Fee Assured
- Dr Christopher Mather Not Fee Assured
Reference number 4192387
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Diagnostic endoscopic examination of bladder (flexible cystoscopy) including any biopsy - (5-50)
Transperineal template-guided biopsies of the prostate under image guidance - (1-5)
Endoscopic fragmentation of calculi of kidney (including cystoscopy and insertion/removal of stent) - (1-5)
Endoscopic resection of lesion of bladder (including cystoscopy) - (1-5)
Bladder instillation of pharmacologic agent (including cystoscopy) - (1-5)
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