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Mr Steve Foley - Urology

Mr Steve Foley is a Consultant Urologist in Caterham, Surrey.

Based at: North Downs Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website

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Clinical interests

Female urology particularly stress incontinence

Bladder dysfunction and spinal cord injury

Male incontinence (including following Prostate Cancer Surgery)

Interstitial Cystitis


Initial consultation fee will not exceed £205 and follow-up consultation fee will not exceed £165.

Academic background

After general surgical training in the Royal Air Force, Steve Foley joined the Institute of Urology, London, to research and specialise in female urology, bladder dysfunction and spinal cord injury. In January 2001 Steve Foley was appointed to the Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as the lead specialist in female urology. Over the past decade Steve Foley has developed an extensive experience in all aspects of female urology especially incontinence, and has built up a wide range of surgical and non-surgical options to manage these sometimes very difficult problems. This is also the case with interstitial cystitis.In the past 5 years Steve Foley has been one of the pioneers of the surgical management of male incontinence (particularly the 'Male Sling' - following prostate cancer surgery). This is proving to be highly effective in selected men. He is now one of the most experienced Surgeons in the UK with this type of operation, and regularly trains other UK Surgeons how to perform it.

Professional Memberships

British Association of Uroloogy

Senior Urological Registrar Group

International Continence Society

International Medical Society of Paraplegia

NHS base

Royal Berkshire NHS Trust

Clinic Times

Alt. Wednesday PM