Mr George Yardy is a Consultant Urological Surgeon practicing at The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust and Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital.
He trained in medicine at St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, and graduated in 1997. He undertook research into prostate cancer at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. His Urological Surgical training was all in the East Anglia region, including Cambridge and Norwich.
He is experienced in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of general urological conditions and his specialist interests are in prostate cancer and other prostate problems, infertility and vasectomy reversal, urinary incontinence
and pelvic pain, and paediatric urology.
Template prostate biopsy
Blood in urine
TURis (bipolar TURP)
UroLift (prostatic urethral lift)
LASER prostate surgery
Prostate Artery Embolisation (PAE)
Pearly penile papules
Bladder Pain Syndrome
Bladder Botox Injections
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This distinctive building has a very accessible location in Woodbridge – just off the A12. There are well-appointed consulting rooms and treatment rooms. Convenient evening appointments are available.Children and adults can be seen here.
This is the only hospital in East Anglia treating only private patients. The hospital is in a tranquil woodland setting on the edge of Ipswich. The outpatients area has a relaxed contemporary style which puts you at ease. You will have plenty of time for a thorough assessment and discussion of your symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options. The radiology department offers the full range of scanning including the latest multiparametric MRI. There are five fully-equipped operating theatres. The bedrooms are all en suite and have patio doors or balconies with views of the hospital grounds and woodland.
The top floor of the striking Garrett Anderson Centre contains the operating theatres and wards for patients undergoing elective / planned day surgery. The four operating theatres are brimming with surgical technology including a sophisticated ceiling-mounted operating microscope and dedicated children's surgery theatres. Patients have their own beds in individual cubicles on wards immediately adjacent to the operating theatres and recovery area. There is a separate children's ward.
Mr Yardy has monthly clinics at Aldeburgh Community Hospital