Mr Rono Mukherjee

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Mr Rono Mukherjee is a Consultant Urological Surgeon, practicing at BMI The South Cheshire Private Hospital, where he is also the lead Urology Representative on the Hospital Medical Advisory Committee. His NHS practice is at the adjacent Department of Urology, Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where he is Clinical and Educational Lead.

He specialises in general adult urological problems – urinary infections, male urinary/prostatic symptoms (LUTS/BPH), investigations for PSA/prostate cancer, haematuria (blood in urine), female incontinence, impotence, penile and testicular problems. He has a sub-specialist interest in kidney stone disease (endourology), as well as performing Urolift procedures for BPH.

Mr Mukherjee is heavily involved in Urological surgical teaching and training. He sits on the North West Deanery Training Committee, and supervises several trainee doctors including Specialty Registrars in their final years of surgical training. He has published and presented nationally and internationally in the fields of urological research, case reports and educational development. He has been previously nominated for the Northwest Surgical Trainer of the year, and runner up for Regional Urology Trainer of the Year and Trust Educational Supervisor of the Year.

Mr Mukherjee graduated from the University of Glasgow Medical School in 1997. He went on to complete his Pre-Registration house jobs at the Professorial Units of Surgery and Medicine at the Western Infirmary Glasgow, before entering Basic Surgical Training on the West of Scotland Training rotation. He successfully submitted his M.D. thesis on new molecular treatment pathways for prostate cancer in 2005 at Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

He then moved to Manchester upon entering Higher Surgical Training in Urology as part of the North-West regional Rotation. Mr Mukherjee became a consultant in 2010 at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust before joining Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2011.

Professional Memberships

  • Royal College Of Physicians And Surgeons Of Glasgow
  • British Associaton Of Urological Surgeons
  • General Medical Council
  • British Medical Association

Clinical Interests

  • Urinary infections - kidney, bladder (cystitis), prostate (prostatitis), testis
  • Male urinary/prostatic symptoms (LUTS/BPH) including treatment with Urolift
  • Investigations for raised PSA/prostate cancer
  • Investigating blood in urine (haematuria) and treatment of bladder cancer
  • Female incontinence
  • Erectile dysfunction/impotence
  • Kidney stone disease including complex surgery (PCNL, flexible ureteroscopy)
  • Penile/scrotal problems (e.g. circumcision, vasectomy, hydrocele), including suspected testicular cancer

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