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Mr Richard Lockyer

Mr Richard Lockyer

Mr Lockyer undertook his medical training at the Royal London Hospital, qualifying in 1993. He subsequently undertook specialist training in Urology in London, Bristol and Southampton, which included a visit to The Cleveland Clinic, funded by the British Urological Foundation. His main clinical interests are in general urology, urological oncology and laparoscopy/robotics for kidney and adrenal diseases. Mr Lockyer started as a consultant urological surgeon at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust in 2007. He has several publications in research areas including erectile dysfunction and bladder and testicular cancer. His MD thesis looked at intravesical BCG therapy for superficial bladder cancer.

Mr Lockyer was the lead surgeon at University Hospital Southampton between 2011 and 2018. He was instrumental in driving sub specialisation and  helped develop the services including newer benign prostate treatments, laparoscopy and subsequently robotics for renal and prostate surgery, along with modern diagnostic pathways for prostate cancer. Mr Lockyer is the lead laparoscopic adrenal surgeon at University Hospital Southampton.

He has recently completed 6 years as the training program director for the urology registrars in Wessex and is the British Association of Urological Surgeons representative for the south central region.

He is married to a local GP and they have two children. He is an occasional sailor, tries to keep fit on his bike, enjoys cars and is looking forward to more campervanning!

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