If you have recently been told you have or are suspected of having a urological cancer you will have already met some of the people involved in your care. These health professionals work within a team which is called a specialist Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) which is based at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. The members of the Urology MDT are experts at treating and managing urological cancer. They are involved with your investigations, diagnosis, and treatment.

We also have a nurse specialist who deals with prostate cancer specifically. Helen uses her expert knowledge of prostate cancer to facilitate the prostate cancer pathway from new referral to diagnostic investigation enabling patients to have a smoother journey.

Conditions Treated:

  • Prostate Cancer
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Kidney Cancer
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Penile Cancer

Treatment for urological cancers may include a combination of surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy; however treatment will depend on the extent and location of the cancer at diagnosis.


Consultant Urology Surgeons

Mr Will Finch

Mr Neil Burgess

Mr David Manson-Bahr

Mr Adam Nelson

Mr Omar Al Kadhi

Mr Utsav Reddy

Mr Vivekanandan Kumar

Mr Edwin Ho

Mr Robert Mills

Professor Krishna Sethia

Mr Mark Rochester

Clinical Nurse Specialists

Elaine Brown

Suzanne Haselton

Rachel Matthews

Sallie Jermy

Claire Fullalove

Prostate Clinical Nurse Specialist

Helen Walker

To contact your surgical or prostate clinical nurse specialist, please call 01603 289845

Dr Gaurav Kapur

Dr Robert Wade

Dr Jenny Nobes

Dr Helen Swannie

Dr Susanna Alexander

Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist

Lisa Pedro (Onc) 01603 288115

Patient Support Services

Norfolk and Waveney Prostate Cancer Support Group

01603 286112

A Patient Support Group, the members of which are fellow prostate cancer patients in the local area. The group holds bi-monthly meetings in February, April, June, August, October, and December each year to which you, your family and/or friends are invited to attend. Meetings are always on the first Monday in these months, unless there is a bank holiday, when it takes place on the second Monday.