Mr Jeremy Edward Oates

Personal profile

Mr Jeremy Oates is a Consultant Urological Surgeon, practicing at BMI The South Cheshire Private Hospital and the Stepping Hill Hospital. He covers all aspects of general urology and has a speciality interest in urological cancers and pelvic surgery.

He has a general urological practice at Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is the Urological Cancer lead there. He also performs major open and laparoscopic pelvic cancer procedures as part of the internationally recognised Stepping Hill Urology team in Stockport.

Mr Oates has a particular interest in urological cancer diagnosis along with laparoscopic prostatectomy and radical cystectomy. His general urological practice includes the medical and surgical treatment of voiding difficulties, stone disease, scrotal swellings, erectile dysfunction and the management of urinary tract infections.

Mr Oates graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2001 and completed his Basic Surgical Training in Liverpool, followed by Higher Surgical Training in urological surgery in the North Western Deanery. He has been awarded a Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Manchester for his research into the cellular basis of kidney cancer, which included the development of a number of novel scientific techniques. His work on the cellular basis of urological cancers has been published in a number of scientific journals and has been presented at numerous International meetings.

In addition, he is passionate about education and is actively involved in the education of undergraduate medical students and junior medical staff. He also teaches on post-graduate courses for healthcare professionals, including at the Liverpool John Moores University.  

Professional Memberships

  • Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • British Medical Association
  • British Association of Urological Surgeons

Clinical Interests

  • Urological cancer diagnosis
  • Laparoscopic prostatectomy
  • Radical cystectomy

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