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Mr Graham Watson

Consultant Urological Surgeon

MD FRCS (Urol)

General Medical Council Number: 2256456

Specialises in:

  • Endourology
  • Renal stones
  • Prostate surgery
  • General Urological procedures

Practising at:


Tel: 0300 131 5500

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Graham Watson developed the first laser to treat renal stones.

Since then he has built up a Stone Centre in Eastbourne. He is World Renowned being invited to lecture and demonstrate and Urological Workshops.

Mr Watson set up a charity called Medi Tech Trust back in 2002 to raise money for equipment for hospitals in the South of England.

As part of this charity he also goes to Sri Lanka and Africa training doctors in the UK and overseas in stone surgery as well as prostate and other urological operations.

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Treatment information

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Additional information

Consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon at East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

I am married to my wife, Caroline, we have 3 daughters and 3 grandchildren. In my spare-time I play squash, golf and five-a-side football.

Alison White, Medical PA
Phone: 01323 737100
Fax: 01323 400076
Email: secretary@eastbourne-urology.co.uk

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