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Mr Harshawardhan Godbole

MS, MCh, FRCS.Ed, DNB(Urol), FRCS(Urol)

Consultant Urological and Laparoscopic Surgeon

Consultant Urological surgeon with sub-speciality interest in laparoscopic urology at North Middlesex University Hospital, London. He is the cancer lead and the MDT lead for the department of Urology

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Mr Harshawardhan Godbole, during his urological training, has worked at the Bristol Urological Institute, Oxford Churchill Hospital and Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital. He is a consultant urological surgeon with sub-speciality interest in laparoscopic urology at North Middlesex University Hospital, London. He is the cancer lead and the MDT lead for the department of Urology. He is a trainer and has Specialist registrars, senior house officers, foundation trainees and medical students rotating though his unit. Mr Godbole is an associate professor at the St George’s university, Grenada.
Along with laparoscopic surgery, his other sub-speciality interests include benign and malignant disease of the kidney, bladder and prostate gland, incontinence and male infertility and sexual dysfunction. Mr Godbole offers minimally invasive modern urology care to his patients both in the NHS and private setting across the BMI and HCA group of hospitals in London.
He was instrumental in offering endoscopic and laparoscopic urological services in The District General Hospital in Thane, Maharashtra, India, as a charity project, where he has successfully offered services over the last three years.
Mr Godbole has published in peer reviewed journals and presented at both national and international urological conferences.

Mr Godbole specialises in minimally invasive urological surgery and offers modern treatment which helps patient care with reduced convalescence and morbidity.

Treatments offered by Mr Godbole

Treatment of BPH (benign prostate hypertrophy) including TURP, HoLEP and Urolift
Treatment of urinary stones with minimally invasive techniques as ureteroscopy, PCNL and use of holmium lasers to treat stones
Investigation and management of heamaturia (blood in the urine)
Investigation and management of heamatospermia (blood in the semen)

Urinary infections in men and women offering intravesical cystistat
Treatment of Urological cancers including prostate cancer, bladder cancer, testes cancer and penile cancer
Laparoscopic Urological surgery Using key hole technique to offer major urological surgery for eg nephrectomy and pyeloplasty
Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal
Circumcision for penile foreskin conditions treatment

Hirsch Godbole

Consultant Urological and Laparoscopic Surgeon

Professional Memberships

The British Association of Urological Surgeons The Urological Society of India The Royal Society of Medicine

Specialist Interests

Laparoscopic urology Hematuria (blood in the urine) Urinary stones and minimally invasive treatment for such patients Urinary incontinence, male and female Prostate disease, (benign and cancerous) Renal disease, (benign and cancerous) Holmium laser surgery for the prostate Minimally invasive renal stone surgery Vasectomy Vasectomy reversal Male erectile dysfunction and penile rehabilitation Pediatric urology Holmium Laser Enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP)