Mr Martin Nuttall

Urologist in
Chelmsford

MBBS MA MD FRCS(Urol)

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Professional statement

Mr Martin Nuttall is a top urologist who runs the Chelmsford Urological Partnership alongside Mr Bill McAllister and Mr Daniel Swallow. Mr Martin Nuttall was the lead urologist at the Mid Essex NHS Trust (Broomfield Hospital), Chelmsford between 2011 and 2016.

Mr Nuttall specialises in investigating and treating causes of blood in urine, erectile dysfunction and male infertility, PSA screening, kidney stone diseases, urinary tract symptoms, incontinence and urological cancers. He also carries out diagnostic tests for prostate cancer as well as laparoscopic and robotic kidney and adrenal surgery.

After Mr Nuttall completed his first degree at Cambridge University in 1995, he graduated from medical school in 1998. He undertook specialist surgical training as a Urologist with the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Mr Nuttall had further urological training in London and the South-East of England which included two years at Guy’s Hospital subspecialising in complex kidney surgery for stones and cancer. Mr Nuttall was awarded a travelling grant from the European School of Urology.

Mr Nuttall was the Clinical Lead of the urology department at Broomfield Hospital for five years where he introduced various projects to improve and streamline the quality of patient care. He developed his interest in urological cancers and keyhole surgery as applied to urological conditions and treatment of kidney, ureteric, and bladder stones.

Mr Nuttall joined Broomfield hospital has a urologist in 2010 as a consultant urologist and has continued to work there as well as at the Chelmsford Urology Partnership. He has published various scientific papers.

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