Mr Aidan Noon is a highly experienced consultant urological surgeon based in Sheffield, where he currently sees patients at Claremont Hospital and BMI Thornbury Hospital. Mr Aidan Noon treats patients with prostate, bladder and testicular cancer and also tends to other common urological problems, such as high PSA, blood in the urine, urinary tract infections problems with urination and lumps in the scrotum.
As part of his regular practice, Mr Noon offers surgery for patients with suspected prostate and bladder cancer, referred to Sheffield from the surrounding south Yorkshire and North Derbyshire areas. He is expert at interpreting high PSA levels and deciding on whether further investigation is necessary (prostate biopsy).
He performs surgery for patients with prostate cancer - robotic prostatectomy (RALP) and also manages patients on active surveillance or watchful waiting programs. He performs surgery for bladder cancer (TURBT) and bladder removal (radical cystectomy). He also manages patients with non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer.
Mr Aidan Noon qualified from Manchester University Medical School (awarded honours in 2000). He completed his basic surgical training in the North Western Deanery. He carried out research in the molecular biology of cancer at the University of Liverpool and was awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) in 2008.
In 2008 he started specialist training in urology in South Yorkshire (Sheffield – Royal Hallamshire Hospital). He carried out a two year Society of Urological Oncology (SUO) Fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada (Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital and Sunnybrook Hospital). Mr Aidan Noon was trained in all aspects of urological cancer (prostate, bladder, kidney, testis and penile). He graduated from the programme in 2015 and took up a full time consultant position at Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Department of Urology.