Matthew Bultitude

Consultant Urological Surgeon

About ...

Matthew Bultitude is a consultant urological surgeon in London. He works at Guys' and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and sees private patients at London Bridge Hospital with outpatients in The Shard. He consults patients with general urology problems and has a special interest in the medical and surgical management of stone disease and endoscopic management of upper tract TCC. At Guy's he is part of the dedicated cystinuria clinic and he runs the patient information website

Prior to taking up his full-time consultant post in 2011 he undertook an overseas fellowship at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne to further his surgical experience. Whilst at Guy's and St. Thomas' he also spent a dedicated period of time in research analysing a number of different topics in the surgical management of stone disease. He has published widely in peer reviewed journals, has edited a number of book chapters and presented at national and international meetings. He has been an invited speaker at numerous international meetings around the world. He is Editor for the latest 6th edition of the classic textbook "Browse's Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Surgical of Surgical Diseases".

He regularly reviews articles for a number of international peer reviewed journals. He was an Associate Editor for 9 years for the international journal BJU International from 2011 to 2020. He is on the Editorial Board for Nature Reviews Urology.

He has previously been Honorary Secretary of the Urology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and is currently an elected member of the BAUS Section of Endourology executive committee.

At Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital, he was head of the stone unit for 3 years, clinical service lead for the urology department for 2 years, and since 2020 he has been the Clinical Director for Transplant, Renal and Urology.

If you are a patient and wish to arrange an appointment then please visit the Appointments page with details on how to get a referral via the NHS or to directly arrange a private appointment at London Bridge Hospital.

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