Mr Mark Lynch

Personal profile

Mr Mark Lynch is a full time Consultant Urological Surgeon at Croydon University Hospital (CUH) and St George’s Hospital, London. He is currently Clinical Lead for Urology and Chair of the Cancer MDT at CUH and Consultant in the Endourology Unit at St George’s Hospital London. Mr Lynch read Biochemistry at Imperial College London and became an Associate of the Royal College of Science before reading medicine at St George’s Hospital.

His postgraduate training in surgery and urology took place in the London Deanery including St George’s Hospital, King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London. Mr Lynch has developed skills in complex stone surgery and minimally invasive surgery as well as bipolar and laser techniques for the management of prostate symptoms.

He has presented and published 40 international papers and received awards for academic work from the European Association of Urology, The British Association of Urological Surgeons, The Royal Society of Medicine and Glaxo Wellcome. Mr Lynch offers comprehensive urological advice, investigation and management for disorders of the kidney, bladder, prostate, urethra and genitalia.

Professional Membership



  • General Medical Council

  • Royal College of Surgeon

  • British Association of Urological Surgeons

  • European Association of Urology

  • Royal Society of Medicine

  • Royal College of Science

Clinical Interests



  • Lower urinary tract symptoms

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Haematuria

  • Cancers of the kidney, bladder, prostate and testis (incl. MRI and biopsy of the prostate)

  • Disorders of genitalia incl. circumcision, frenuloplasty, scrotal and testicular problems

  • TURIS bipolar treatment of benign prostatic symptoms

  • Management and treatment of complex kidney stones including lithotripsy (ESWL)

  • Holmium laser treatment and keyhole surgery (PCNL)

  • Intravesical treatment for benign and malignant bladder pathology

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