Bladder, Bladder cancer and other disorders, General urology, Haematuria (blood in urine), Kidney stones, Lower urinary tract disorders, Prostate diseasesView all, Renal disorders and surgery, Urinary tract infectionsView fewer
Member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
Member of the Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy
Member of the International Prostate Society
Member of the British Laser User Evaluation Society
Member of Prostate Trials Office (PROTO)
Ken Anson is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Reader in Urology at St. George's Hospital, London. He is the clinical lead for the Endourology Unit and runs the South West London Urinary Stone Network. He is a high volume surgeon performing over 250 ureteric or renal endoscopic procedures per year. Ken is a busy full time NHS Consultant and is also Chairman of the Division of Surgery, Anaesthetics, Theatres, Cancer and Neurosciences at St George's. He has recently been elected Vice Chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeon's Section of Endourology having served as Secretary for the previous 3 years. He is an Examiner for the The Royal College of Surgeon's Intercollegiate Board for FRCS Urol and also Chairs the Postgraduate course at the European Association of Urology on Interventional Therapies in BPH.
He is involved in a number of clinical studies at St George's Hospital. He is a joint grant holder and principal investigator for the NIHR funded SUSPEND trial and has published widely on catheter related urinary tract infections, novel imaging techniques of the pelvicalyceal system and the use of IT for monitoring implantable medical devices.
Ken is a keen teacher and is a regular faculty member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons skills courses in rigid and flexible upper tract endoscopy.
Renal stone disease
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Minimmaly invasive procedures
Urinary stone disease
Prostate cancer screening
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Recommended on 25/02/2013
Mr Ken Anson is an excellent stone surgeon. He's a long-standing colleague who's got a sensible opinion.
Recommended on 25/11/2016
Very knowledgable surgeon
Recommended on 05/12/2016
Very happy to recommend Mr. Ken Anson.
Excellent surgeon and great at communicating with patients.
Recommended on 18/05/2017
Recommended on 18/05/2017
Mr Ken Anson is at top of his game - vast experience in the management of renal stone disease.