Mr Ammar Alanbuki is an esteemed consultant urologist with private clinics at Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital, Nuffield Health Haywards Heath and Spire Montefiore Hospital. He specialises in prostate cancer, prostate enlargement, bladder and kidney cancer, laparoscopic surgery, kidney stones, penile scrotal pathologies and female urology.
He graduated in 1998 from Al-Mustansirya University in Iraq and completed basic surgical training in the northeast of England. He then worked as a research fellow at the Barts and London University Hospitals, working on the Reduction by Dutasteride of Prostate Cancer Events (REDUCE) trial. He joined the Eastern deanery for the higher surgical training program in urology and received training in diagnostic and therapeutic general urology. He spent two years gaining sub-specialist training in endourology, laparoscopic kidney surgery and stone disease at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals and successfully completed a research project in the management of testicular tumours as part of a masters degree from Teesside University.
Mr Alanbuki has worked as a consultant urological surgeon at Brighton and Sussex NHS Trust since 2016. His experience, transferable skills and constant research allow him to provide the highest quality patient care. He has several publications and has actively participated in both national and international meetings. His memberships include the American Urological Association and the European Association of Urology.