Consultant Urological Surgeon

Mr Bob Yang

BSc(Hons) MBBS FRCS(Urol)


Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons

British Association of Urological Surgeons

European Association of Urology

International Continence Society

Associateships of Imperial College London

GMC number: 7419438


Sacral Neuromodulation
Functional Urology

Academic Background

The Urology Partnership is pleased to announce the upcoming addition of Mr Bob Yang to our group. Starting later this year, he will be available to see new patients.

Mr Yang completed his surgical training in Oxford and Wessex, as well as the Duke of Cornwell Specialist Spinal Unit and Southampton Children’s Hospital.

His academic achievements underpins his proficiency, having graduated from Imperial College London with first-class honours, 5 distinctions, 3 academic prizes and was ranked in the top 5 in UK national selections.

Mr Yang’s ground breaking research in incontinence and urinary tract infections, in particular on the new Uromune UTI vaccine and male incontinence devices, has garnered international acclaim, earning him multiple prestigious awards at world wide conferences.

As the Lead Editor for two academic textbooks on Urinary Tract Infections and Male Incontinence published by Springer-Nature, Mr Yang continues to pioneer in his field, solidifying his standing as a one of the global leaders in urological research and practice.

Professional Profile

Mr Bob Yang is a Urology Consultant at Royal Berkshire Hospital. He specialises in Complex and Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections, Male and Female Incontinence, Sacral Neuromodulation and Functional Urology.

Alongside his clinical role, he serves as an Associate Lecturer at Oxford University and holds the esteemed position of Director for the American Urological Association Male Incontinence course.

He is currently undertaking a PhD (DPhil) in Bioengineering at the University of Oxford.

Languages: English, Chinese Mandarin

Specialist Interests

Mr Yang’s clinics at The Urology Partnership offer a comprehensive service for recurrent UTIs, incontinence and general urology problems. 

For incontinence, he offers a full scope of diagnostic options including specialist urodynamics bladder studies. 

For treatment in male incontinence he specialises in the adjustable ‘male sling’ and the artificial urinary sphincter.

For women he provides the minimally invasive urethral bulking procedure for mild to moderate cases and the “mesh-free” autologous slings and colposuspensions for the more severe cases.

Mr Yang offers the full range of ‘antibiotic-free’ treatment options for recurrent UTIs. In particular he provides the latest bladder installations and has been pioneering the use of the UTI vaccine Uromune in the UK.

Patient Feedback

Mr Yang’s commitment to innovation and cutting-edge technology, coupled with his unwavering dedication to patient-centred care, sets him apart. Patients commend his professional yet approachable demeanour, which fosters a sense of comfort, particularly when addressing sensitive personal issues. He is often commended by his patients for his ability to convey complex concepts in understandable terms, ensuring his patients are empowered and informed throughout their treatment journey.

Insured patients

Contact your GP and ask for a referral to the Urology Partnership.

All consultations, investigations and treatments are covered by major insurance companies (depending on policy).

Funding your own treatment

Self-funding initial consultation fee is £250. Follow up fees are £175.

Consultation charges are exclusive of any tests and other investigations that the consultant may wish to carry out.

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