mr-anthony-blacker

Mr Anthony Blacker

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Written by a private patient at University Hospital Coventry
16th February 2022


Mr Blacker - made me feel at ease. He listened to my concerns, conducted a thorough examination confirming next steps. Iā€™d recommend Mr. Blacker.

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Written by a private patient at University Hospital Coventry
16th February 2022


Mr. Blacker took great time to explain in layman's terms my condition and the recommended surgery for it. I found this not only informative but very reassuring which has given me full confidence to proceed with the recommended surgery. I was accompanied by my wife who is a retired SRN and SCM who was equally impressed with both Mr. Blacker's competence and empathy.

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Written by a NHS patient at University Hospital Coventry
9th February 2022


Mr, Blacker is highly professional,always prompt with his replies, and speaks in a medical language that is easy to understand and gives you confidence; and above all he is kind and consistent.

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Profile

Mr Anthony Blacker is a leading specialist urological surgeon and is based in Coventry. He has been working at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire as a consultant urologist since 2005. He also sees patients at BMI The Meriden Hospital. He currently deals with a wide range of urological conditions including kidney stones, kidney cancer, superficial bladder cancer, vasectomies, circumcision, scrotal problems and many more. He uses state-of-the-art techniques, laparoscopic, robotic, transperitoneal, retroperitoneal, open, ureteroscopic and percutaneous (PCNL). As well as common kidney operations, he is also skilled in partial nephrectomies using open, robotic and laparoscopic techniques. Mr Blacker is sometimes able to offer patients day-case ureteroscopy and laser. He has worked and taught on stone and laparoscopic courses in Egypt and Sri Lanka. During his UK training, he learned laparoscopy in both France and Belgium. He was the primary investigator for the PuRE study 2018-20 focusing on the surgical management of lower pole renal stones, along with a number of other clinical trials. He is an author reporting the outcomes of the POUT study in The Lancet. Education: FRCS (Urol) (2002) MSc course in Urology at the Institute of Urology (1997 ā€“ 1999) MBChB (Birmingham, England) (1992) Birmingham University Medical School (1987 ā€“ 1992) Bromsgrove School (1977 ā€“ 1987)

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