Mr Hamid Abboudi is a Consultant Urologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. He specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney stones, benign prostate diseases including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), recurrent urinary tract infections and bladder cancer.
Following his graduation from St George’s University of London, Mr Abboudi completed his higher urological training in North London, including a fellowship year at the Institute of Urology, University College London Hospitals.
He subspecialised in endourology and the minimally invasive management of kidney stones using laser technology, ureteric stricture disease and urothelial cancer of the kidney and ureter.
During his fellowship year, Mr Abboudi was awarded the prestigious British Association of Urological Surgeons Travelling Fellowship Grant. He travelled to Columbia University Medical Centre in New York City and to the city of Agra in India at the Centre for Minimally-Invasive Endourology, Global Rainbow Hospital, where he enhanced his skills in the medical and surgical management of advanced kidney stone disease.
Mr Abboudi has also developed subspecialty interests in laser prostate surgery (HoLEP) for the treatment of men with urinary problems, as well as other minimally invasive prostate treatments such as Rezum (water vapour therapy) and Urolift. He also leads a weekly outpatient clinic specialising in the diagnosis and laser treatment of bladder cancer. He is a core member of the bladder cancer and kidney stone multi-disciplinary teams at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Mr Abboudi has a strong academic background and is involved in recruiting patients into national trials, publishing in peer-reviewed medical journals and regularly presenting at national and international conferences. He has been awarded numerous postgraduate research prizes and is also a peer reviewer for several urology journals.