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Roland Morley MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Urol)

I am a fully registered medical practitioner, holding degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from London University St George’s Hospital Medical School (1977). I served a cadetship in The Royal Navy as an undergraduate following graduation in 1982, spent 6 years within The Royal Navy gaining my fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of London in 1989.

I then spent 3 years training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, before undertaking research in uropathological aspects of female stress urinary incontinence, and then commenced urological training on the Wessex urological rotation, and was finally appointed to my consultant post at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust in 1998 with a specialist practice in female, functional  and paediatric urology including benign reconstruction , and became Direct tor of medical Education and Divisional Director of Surgery .I moved to Imperial College Healthcare in October 2015, undertaking a specialist practice in female, functional  and paediatric urology including benign reconstruction with gender affirmation surgery.

I have served as  a council member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and I am a member of The International Continence Society, and the British Association of paediatric urologists. I am Past President of the Urology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine . I am Immediate Past Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Urology in the United Kingdom  overseeing all urological training.  I am a final MB examiner, and also examine for FRCS (Urol).I have completed my term as Chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons’ Section of Female Urology and Reconstruction and also Chairman of the United Kingdom Continence Society. I have served as committee chair on the NHS England Mesh Review in Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse Surgery and serve as a member of the Pelvic Floor Health  Oversight Group reviewing incontinence services following the Cumberlege Review .

Medicolegal Practice

I have an extensive medicolegal practice which I have been practicing since 2004 . My areas of special interest are in Urology including general urology( including benign prostate surgery) , with special reference to benign reconstruction including incontinence surgery , neurourology and spinal injuries, gender surgery and paediatric urology . I produce 50-60 reports per year . These cases are split as follows:


  1. Claimant 35%

  2. Defendant 55%

  3. Joint 10%


I have undertaken the following medicolegal courses:


Excellence in report writing

Courtroom skills

Cross examination

Clinical negligence essentials part 1 and 2

Medicolegal skills

Discussing Incontience on LBC Radio

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Married with 3  children

School Kent College, CANTERBURY

Medical School St. George's Hospital Medical School, LONDON, 1977-1982

Degrees and Diplomas MB BS 1982

FRCS (Eng) May 1989

FRCS (Urol) June 1997



Imperial College Healthcare (link)

Charing Cross & St Mary's Paddington

KIng Edward VII's Hospital, Marylebone, London  W1 (link)

New Victoria Hospital, Kingston upon Thames( link)

Parkside Hospital, Wimbledon SW 19 (link)

Secretary/PA: Bolor Bajtugal

Tel: 020 3488 3325

Fax: 020 3004 1118


My Comprehensive CV can be found here



In March 18-27th 2022 was part of the team doing a Trek for TUF ( The Urology Foundation ) the hard way to try and raise much needed money for Research and patient support for the Urological community. With bad knees and back and getting older it was tough . Your support was greatly appreciated and, Thank you able to. If you would still like to contribute please do. We have so far raised £88,000.

To contribute click here

The Urology Foundation
Appeal 2022 Macchu Pichu

April 2022
The Urology Foundation Trekkers

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