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Mr

Jeremy Ockrim

MD Bsc (Hons) FRCS (Urol)

Speciality

Urology

Special Interests

Female and Reconstructive Urology, Male & Female lower urinary tract symptoms and outlet obstruction, Male & Female incontinence, colosuspension, sling, TVT and spinchter replacement, fistulae & diverticula surgery, female prolapse repair, bladder augment

Phone

01895 628 880

Biography

Mr Jeremy Ockrim is Honorary Senior Lecturer at UCL and Consultant Urological Surgeon in Female and Reconstructive Surgery at University College Hospital. He trained in Glasgow before moving to Imperial College, London to complete his postgraduate thesis in the clinical management of prostate cancer in 1999. He continues to have academic links to Imperial College, including current MRC trials managing patients with advanced prostate cancer. His fellowship was spent at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia, providing general, prostate and female urological expertise.

For the last five years, Mr Ockrim has subspecialty trained in Female and Reconstructive Urology at the Institute of Urology, University College Hospital, offering tertiary expertise to Urologists nationwide. He was appointed to this substantive consultant post in November 2008. His practice specialises in the treatment of voiding dysfunction, including male and female lower urinary tract symptoms and outlet obstruction, male and female incontinence including colposuspension, sling, TVT and sphincter replacement, fistulae and diverticula surgery, female prolapse repair, bladder augmentation, bladder replacement and both continent and incontinent diversion.

Mr Ockrim has particular interest in managing bladder overactivity and pain syndromes. This includes medical therapy, acupuncture, pTENS and neuromodulation. He is the clinical lead for this new technique at UCLH, and is one of the first providers of sacral nerve stimulation to manage urgency, incontinence and pain syndromes in the United Kingdom.

Mr Ockrim is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) Female and Reconstructive Urology Committee and is Assistant Editor of the Central European Journal of Urology