Frank Chinegwundoh

  • Frank Chinegwundoh

    020 8851 0849
    142-146 Harley Street, London W1G 7LD
  • About this Practice

    Dr Frank Chinegwundoh is a consultant urological surgeon based in London. He provides private consultations in Harley Street and also works at Barts and The London NHS Trust and Newham University Hospital NHS Trust. Dr Chinegwundoh is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of London.

    As a highly respected surgeon and popular doctor, Mr Chinegwundoh aims to make his patients feel comfortable and always takes the time to explain procedures, treatments and diagnoses. By doing so he ensures that patients feel confident in asking questions and are able to seek further information when required.

    Dr Chinegwundoh treats a wide range of urological conditions, including:

    • Bladder cancer
    • Prostate cancer
    • Overactive bladder
    • Incontinence

    He also performs the following procedures: 


    • Vasectomy
    • Vasectomy reversal
    • Circumcision

    In addition to providing treatment, Dr Chinegwundoh also offers comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and aftercare services and medico-legal services.

    Dr Chinegwundoh graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, before undertaking specialist training in urology at the Royal Free Medical School and relocating to the Midlands. He has held positions at Dudley Road Hospital, Selly Oak Hospital, North Staffs Hospital, Royal Hospitals Shrewsbury and University Hospital in Birmingham.

    In addition to this extensive level of experience, Dr Chinegwundoh has also completed further training at Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, TUNA training in Brussels and TVT training in Paris. In 2008, Dr Chinegwundoh also completed prostate brachytherapy training in Seattle, America. He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, the European Association of Urology and the British Medical Association.

    Dr Chinegwundoh is also chairman of Cancer Black Care and the founding President of the Black and Ethnic Minority Health Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.

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