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Harley Street can treat UK & Internationally
Professor James Malone-Lee & team
Chronic Urinary Tract Infection Clinic at 10 Harley Street
Email for booking:
Medical Secetary: Martel Daley-Peat
Clinical and prescription emails:
You will be offered the choice of specialist when you contact them. All team members have trained under the late Professor
Harley Street is no longer accepting appointments through private health insurance; self-funding only.
A patient attending for an appointment will be asked to provide a fresh urine sample on site and will receive an email, copying the GP, from Professor Malone-Lee’s team around 24 hours afterwards with the results of the microscopy and any treatment recommendations, as well as any necessary medication changes. Private patients cannot drop samples in for analysis. A prior appointment must be arranged, and the sample must be fresh.
NHS LUTS Clinic
Dr Rajvinder Khasriya
In order to be referred to this service, an NHS consultant must fill out the appropriate referral form and send it back to the email address below. They do not accept self, GP or private referrals.
Appointment Co-ordinator and Clinic Receptionist: Caitlin
Telephone: 020 3288 3898
Email for Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org
The NHS clinic is located at the Whittington Hospital, Magdala Avenue, London, N19 5NF. The clinic is at 4C Outpatients and is clearly signposted.
Your first appointment will be an onsite urine analysis. The urine sample needs to be fresh, i.e. no more than two hours old, so it can be looked at immediately, as a delay in examination can affect the accuracy of results.
The tests are different to standard NHS urine testing so a sample at your local clinic would not be appropriate.
Following the urine analysis, they will organise a telephone appointment to discuss the next steps and treatment. Patients are expected to travel to the clinic to provide the sample, regardless of their location in the country. Occasionally, they can offer a telephone appointment without urine analysis, although clinicians will not be able to make significant changes to your treatment.
Treatment is reviewed every 12 weeks although a follow-up may be booked sooner to see if you are responding to the regime.
Focus Medical Clinic
Dr Catriona Anderson
Email for Booking:
Tel: 01782 703007
Due to medical insurance regulations, Dr Anderson will only treat patients from UK and Ireland
Telephone: 07500 33 4000
Landline: 020 8299 2959
Mr. Khullar is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician at St Mary’s Hospital, London –
part of the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Mr. Khullar also has his private clinic in Central London at 19 Harley Street, London.
Treatment is for chronic embedded urinary tract infections with the use of high-dosage
rotational antibiotics (but may not necessarily offer long-term antibiotics).
He also tests and treats patients with possible histamine issues that can cause chronic
bladder inflammation alongside any infection which can trigger the histamine reaction.
He can be consulted for gynaecological symptoms that you may also be experiencing and
can test and treat appropriately.
Dr Stewart Bundrick
Diagnostic method: standard urine analysis and DNA/NGS.
Treatment method: antibiotics.
Dr Bundrick graduated from Louisiana Tech University and the medical school at Louisiana
State University School of Medicine in Shreveport, where he also completed his urology
He went on to Virginia Mason Medical Centre in Seattle, Washington, to complete a
graduate fellowship in urologic oncology.
Dr. Bundrick is widely published and has led many clinical trials to advance the cause of
He can be seen in person by US or Canadian residents. After the first in-person consult,
additional consults can either be done face-to-face or via telephone.
ARK-LA-TEX Urology, 2449 Hospital Dr, Suite 280, Bossier City, LA 71111.
Telephone: +(318) 841-4004
Fax: +(318) 841-4008
Dr Michael Hsieh
Specialist in children and young adults
Diagnostic method: standard urine analysis and DNA/NGS sequencing.
Treatment method: antibiotics.
The clinic location is in Washington D.C.
Dr Hsieh is a graduate of Stanford University and Thomas Jefferson University.
He holds a PhD in immunology and has a specific interest in the role of bladder
inflammation in urinary tract infections and development of bladder cancer.
He completed his urology residency training at the University of California San Francisco
and paediatric urology fellowship training at Texas Children’s Hospital.
With his particular interest in paediatric urology, he specialises in bladder diseases
affecting children and young adults.
Dr Hsieh researches the commensal microbiome, the collection of naturally occurring,
non-pathogenic bacteria in and on our bodies and how they may prevent urinary tract
In addition to mid-stream urine analysis, Dr Hsieh offers Expanded Quantitative Urine
Culture (EQUC) and works with Pathnostics and Microgen DX both of whom offer PCR and
Next Generation Sequencing for adult patients. He can be seen in person (applicable to US
and international patients) at the George Washington Medical Faculty facility in
Washington DC. However, he can only provide telemedicine consults via Zoom for US
patients who hold the appropriate insurance which allow telemedicine consults.
This service is currently not available for international patients but he plans to offer this
shortly. He is also a paediatric urology specialist and can be seen in person by US or
international paediatric patients at the Children’s National Hospital in Washington DC.
He can also provide paediatric telemedicine consults via the Zoom app for those who live
in the US and hold insurance which allows telemedicine consults.
The George Washington Medical Faculty Associates, 22nd & I Street, NW, 2nd Floor,
Washington, DC 20037.
Telephone: + 1 (202) 741-3100
Children’s National Hospital, 111 Michigan Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010-2916.
Telephone: + 1 (202) 476-5042