Guy Webster was educated at Marlborough College and the University of Birmingham Medical School.
After junior jobs in Birmingham Teaching hospitals including the trauma unit of the famous Birmingham Accident Hospital he was a peri fellowship surgical registrar in Birmingham and the first Calman Specialist Registrar appointed to the West Midlands Urological training scheme . General surgery training was in Worcester with Mr John Black (President of the Royal College of Surgeons ) and reconstructive surgery at the prestigious Plastic surgery Dept at St James’ hospital Leeds.
He was awarded a Fellowship in Brisbane , Australia.
Laparoscopic training was in Paris , Liepzig and Denmark and da Vinci robotic training in Paris and Aalst , Belgium.
During training he was awarded a number of awards, prizes and Fellowships
Guy Baines research prize
- FRCS(Ed) Ethicon prize
- FRCS (Ed) William H Steyn prize
- BAUS William Cook Travelling Fellowship
- FRCS Eng Ad Eundem
Following completion of UK Urology training he spent a year as a Lecturer at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and Fellow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital a large teaching hospital and quaternary referral centre.
He learnt percutaneous renal surgery , radical prostatectomy and live donor and laparoscopic nephrectomy . He co ordinated the care of patients in the Dept from Central , Northern and Eastern Australia as well as Papua New Guinea for complex stone , trauma and cancer surgery treatments. This included liaison with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) for repatriation and remote clinical care.
He has over 20 years experience as an NHS Consultant.
- Royal College of Surgeons Advisor (AAC)
- Visiting Professor Saudi German Hospitals
- NHS Cancer Lead
- Cancer MDT Chair & appraiser
- BMI Hospitals Medical Advisory Committee (Urology)
- Cancer Board member
- Medical Insurance advisor
- National Urology referral triage
He has published, authored, presented and lectured internationally and is a clinical and educational supervisor for junior and middle grade doctors. During surgical training he was an anatomy lecturer and prosector at Birmingham University Medical School and a Lecturer at the University of Queensland . He has won teaching awards at Oxford University Medical School and is a teaching faculty member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS). He is an International Visiting Professor in the Middle East where he lectures and enhances local urology services.
He is passionate about patient care, communication and standards. He speaks English and basic French and German.
In his spare time he enjoys time with his family and supporting his 3 children in their sporting pursuits. He is a keen follower of cricket and rugby and plays golf and tennis. Other interests - history and film. He has completed private pilot (single engine) and sailing (day skipper) training.