Mr Boucher currently works for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of the UK’s largest and busiest Foundation Trusts. It is a tertiary referral centre for many urological problems, including his area of specialist clinical interest of endourology and the investigation and management of urological stone disease.
Mr Boucher has a wide experience of general urological conditions, including those presenting with haematuria and the initial management of urological cancers. He offers treatment for lower urinary tract symptoms as well as for scrotal and penile pathology including adult circumcision. His private practice work primarily involves the outpatient investigation and management of common urological problems.
Mr Boucher has extensive experience in medicolegal practice and received an award in 2020 from Expert Witness in recognition of the quality of his work in this field.
Mr Boucher has an interest in medical education and training and was undergraduate lead for surgical specialties in Chesterfield from 2005 to 2016, receiving an award for best undergraduate trainer from Sheffield University in July 2013. He continues to be involved in the training of urological surgeons and is an Examiner for the FRCS (UROL) examination. (Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations).
As a consultant urologist, Mr Boucher has undertaken a number of administrative and management roles including Chair of the Surgical Division of Clinical Governance and then Clinical Director for Urology & General Surgery from April 2003 until November 2006 whilst working at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. He was Chair of the Medical Staff Committee (MSC) in Chesterfield from 2008 to early 2013.