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Mr Jeremy Nettleton

Urology 07014207

 

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About me

Mr Nettleton completed his undergraduate training at Guy�s, Kings and St Thomas� Hospitals, London. His surgical training was completed in London and the South West of England. He was the first chief resident at Bristol Urological Institute and completed a fellowship there in renal surgery and endourology.

Jeremy was appointed to Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in October 2020, he is currently clinical lead for the department. He continues to push for improved care for his patients and recently led the successful bid for two new DaVinci robots and a fixed site lithotripter for Gloucestershire hospitals. He has a passion for improving his own practice and that of the department. He has a high volume practice and has outstanding clinical outcomes as measured by national metrics.

He has an excellent and published track record in quality improvement leading to nationally leading outcomes in these areas . In addition, he has done advisory work for the National Institute for Clinical Excellence, Olympus Medical, Procept and the international incontinence society.

Mr Nettleton regularly leads national webinars, aiding others to improve their practice. Mr Nettleton is published, has written book chapters and has presented widely. He has an ongoing active interest in research and medical education.

Areas of interest

Prostate; Aquablation; benign prostate disease, uro oncology; kidney cancer; urinary tract infections; general urology

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