Mr Robert McCormick
BM FRCS (Urol) DPhil (Oxon)
Areas of expertise:
General urology, stone surgery, benign prostatic disease
- Royal College of Surgeons of England (Fellow)
- British Association of Urological Surgeons
- Investigation and treatment of urinary symptoms
- Benign prostatic disease
- Raised PSA and prostate cancer diagnostics
- Prostate surgery for urinary symptoms and urinary retention
- Investigation of blood in the urine
- Stone surgery
- Circumcision and scrotal surgery
Mr Rob McCormick is the clinical director and consultant urological surgeon in Milton Keynes University Hospital (MKUH) where he is also the lead stone surgeon. He is also heading a major project to create a new urological investigation unit. His main interests involve minimally invasive / endourological procedures for urinary symptoms, stones and cancers. Operations he performs include TURP, bladder cancer treatment, prostate cancer diagnostics, circumcisions, scrotal surgery and vasectomy.
Mr McCormick completed his specialist training through the Oxford deanery, giving him exposure to comprehensive training in a world-renowned hospital. He was fully involved in the university, acting as a tutor and lecturer for undergraduate medical students in Brasenose and Pembroke colleges, in addition to reading for a DPhil research degree in Molecular Biology.
Mr McCormick joined Milton Keynes University hospital as a substantive consultant in 2016, providing both general urological services as well as sub-specialist complex stone surgery, for which he chairs the stone MDT (multidisciplinary meetings).
Mr McCormick has continued his academic work through Buckingham University by providing formal curriculum teaching and educational/ clinical supervision for both the undergraduate medical students and junior doctors.
Mr McCormick spent much of his childhood in Switzerland, giving him experience of a different culture, learning to speak French and gaining a keen interest in skiing. In his spare time, he likes running, cycling and training for off-road endurance events. He is married with one daughter.