Mr Edward Streeter studied at Trinity College Cambridge graduating with First Class Honours before completing medical training at Oxford University in 1995. He completed 2 years of research into the molecular biology of bladder cancer with Cancer Research UK in Oxford in 2002 and was rewarded with a Doctorate of Medicine for his thesis.
In 2007 he was awarded the Keith Yeates Gold Medal by the Royal College of Surgeons for his outstanding performance in the FRCS (Urol) examination and completed his training with visits to the USA and Egypt for further study.
Appointed as Consultant Urological Surgeon at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in May 2008, Edward is the longest serving Consultant in the department. He has served as Lead Clinician and Cancer Lead for several years over this time. His achievements have included introducing Robotic Cystectomy, and pioneering minimally invasive prostate surgery in East Kent with Urolift and Rezum treatments. He has also developed new electronic patient tracking systems for both prostate and bladder cancer, greatly streamlining care for these people.
Edward is married with children and enjoys running his hospital gym club, skiing, music and surfing.
SPECIALIST UROLOGICAL CARE
PROSTATE AND BLADDER CANCER SPECIALIST
MINIMALLY INVASIVE MANAGEMENT OF PROSTATE SYMPTOMS
Having performed over 1000 major cancer procedures, Mr Streeter has extensive experience of minimally invasive prostate and bladder surgery. He will discuss optimising results on an individual basis if you need surgery, and how to achieve good outcomes if you want to consider alternatives.
Prior to a dedicated one stop prostate assessment clinic you will be advised on lifestyle measures to take and preparation for the appointment, so that a full management plan for your symptoms can be drawn up. Local anaesthetic bladder examination (cystoscopy) can be arranged at the same visit if required, and options for treatment including Urolift and Rezum steam treatment can be discussed. These carry less side effects than more invasive surgery and can often be performed under local anaesthetic.
With over 20 years of specialist experience, Mr Streeter offers a wide range of diagnostic and treatment options for most general urological conditions such as urinary symptoms, blood in the urine, raised PSA, prostate and bladder cancer, infections, stones, penile and scrotal problems, pain conditions and many others.
In these difficult times your health remains our priority. We can offer you face to face or telemedicine consultation, and are taking all possible precautions to maintain your safety. Using minimally invasive options where possible, we will ensure you are kept in hospital to a minimum. Please press below if you wish to contact us either by phone or email.
Please explore the website, full of personally written guides to Urological conditions and their management, including self help guides, all researched using the best national and international literature.
For East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust patients, please contact my secretary Jane on 01227 864359.
For Chaucer or Ashford One patients please contact Kim through the attached form, or phone 01227 825100 and ask for Kim Snape.
BMI The Chaucer Hospital,
Ethelbert Road, Canterbury CT4 7AR
One Ashford Hospital,
Kennington Road, Ashford TN24 0YS
Department of Urology,
Kent and Canterbury Hospital,
Canterbury CT1 4NG