Mr Robert McCormick

Mr Robert McCormick

Mr Robert McCormick is a Consultant Urologist at Blakelands Hospital, Milton Keynes who specialises in general urology.

NHS base
Milton Keynes University Hospital
GMC Number
Clinic Timetable
Flexible - please enquire
Clinical interests
Mr McCormick specialises in General urology.This includes scrotal surgery, vasectomy, circumcision, investigation and medical/surgical treatment of urinary symptoms and endoscopic bladder cancer surgery.
Professional Memberships
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCSUrol, Eng)British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)
Academic Background
Mr McCormick qualified from Southampton University in 2001. He completed his specialist training through the Oxford deanery in 2015, and has a substantive post as an NHS consultant in Milton Keynes University Hospital.He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree (DPhil) through Brasenose college, Oxford, which was funded through being awarded multiple research fellowships. He spent a number of years undertaking an academic surgical programme in cancer research. He was given a years’ teaching fellowship in undergraduate medicine tuition for Oxford’s Brasenose and Pembroke college students, and continues to provide teaching for the university of Buckingham medical students today.

NHS base

Milton Keynes University Hospital

GMC Number

Clinic Timetable

Flexible - please enquire

Clinical interests

Mr McCormick specialises in General urology.This includes scrotal surgery, vasectomy, circumcision, investigation and medical/surgical treatment of urinary symptoms and endoscopic bladder cancer surgery.

Professional Memberships

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCSUrol, Eng)British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)

Academic Background

Mr McCormick qualified from Southampton University in 2001. He completed his specialist training through the Oxford deanery in 2015, and has a substantive post as an NHS consultant in Milton Keynes University Hospital.He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree (DPhil) through Brasenose college, Oxford, which was funded through being awarded multiple research fellowships. He spent a number of years undertaking an academic surgical programme in cancer research. He was given a years’ teaching fellowship in undergraduate medicine tuition for Oxford’s Brasenose and Pembroke college students, and continues to provide teaching for the university of Buckingham medical students today.
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