Mr Mark Lynch is a top consultant urological surgeon based in London and Surrey, who specialises in treating urological problems including benign prostatic enlargement, prostate cancer diagnosis, kidney stones, and bladder problems. He serves as Clinical Lead for urology, as well as Chair of the Cancer MDT and Business Unit Leader for Urology, General Surgery and Orthopaedics at Croydon University Hospital. He is also a consultant at the endourology unit at St George's Hospital, London.
Mr Lynch read Biochemistry at Imperial College London and became an Associate of the Royal College of Science before reading medicine at St George’s Hospital. Mr Lynch trained in London teaching hospitals including St George's Hospital, King's College Hospital, and Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals. He has undertaken clinical research, having published over 40 papers internationally, and has been awarded for his work by the European Association of Urology, The British Association of Urological Surgeons, The Royal Society of Medicine and Glaxo Wellcome.
Mr Lynch has a specialist interest in kidney stone surgery and endourology, and also has a specialist interest in using MRI fusion prostate biopsies to diagnose prostate cancer, as well as using minimally invasive bipolar techniques to treat benign prostate issues. Mr Lynch also diagnoses and treats bladder conditions such as bladder cancer and UTIs.