Mr Streeter studied at Trinity College Cambridge graduating with Double First Class Honours in Medical Sciences and Neurophysiology before moving to Magdalen College, Oxford University for clinical training at the John Radcliffe Hospital, qualifying in 1995.
After basic surgical training in Oxford and Brighton, 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 this time he travelled to Europe and the USA to present his research findings.
Higher Surgical Training in Urology was in the Oxford Deanery, culminating in 2007 with the award of the Keith Yeates Gold Medal from the Royal College of Surgeons for his outstanding performance in the FRCS (Urol) examination. He completed his training with visits to the USA and Egypt for further study.
Mr Streeter was appointed as Consultant Urological Surgeon at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in May 2008, and 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.
Mr Streeter is married with children and enjoys running his hospital gym club, skiing, music and surfing.
May 2008 - present
CONSULTANT UROLOGICAL SURGEON
Specialising in prostate and bladder cancer management, with an extensive experience of Robotic Surgery and also the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement, Mr Streeter is the longest serving Consultant Urologist at Kent and Canterbury. He has led the Cancer Team and Urology department for several years during this period, and strives at all times for excellence in patient centred care. He has been at the forefront of developing new pathways and treatments in the department, and has presented nationally and internationally on prostate and bladder cancer, as well as being heavily involved in ongoing audits and research in several areas including prostate and bladder cancers and the effectiveness of minimally invasive prostate surgery.
October 2002 - May 2008
Mr Streeter completed his Specialist Training in the Oxford region, culminating in the award of the Keith Yeates medal for his outstanding performance in the Intercollegiate FRCS (Urol) examination in 2007, and the experience of travelling fellowships to Egypt and USA.
October 2000- October 2002
CANCER RESEARCH UK
A dedicated period of molecular biology research into the mechanisms of bladder cancer development with Research Fellowships awarded by The Royal College of Surgeons and the Martin Family Foundation. This included a clinical trial of the novel drug Suramin for the control of bladder cancer. Awarded a Doctorate of Medicine (DM) from the University of Oxford for his thesis as well as presenting his research in the UK, Europe and USA. Mr Streeter also led the UK arm of an international trial of vasectomy techniques, sponsored by the World Health Organisation.