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About Mr Gordon

Mr Gordon’s is a consultant Urologist and Andrologist (Men’s health specialist relating to the penis and genitals) at Leeds NHS trust, based at St James Hospital and honorary senior lecturer at the university of Leeds. This is the only andrology department in Yorkshire where he runs the regional service with two other consultant colleagues as well as training the next generation of andrologists through their highly competitive and internationally recruited andrology fellowship. Here he provides  tertiary services (and beyond) for penile cancer, Peyronies (including complex grafting), high volume penile implants (Mr Gordon performs close to 100 each year making him one of the highest volume implanters in Europe) and working with care fertility to run the only NHS male fertility practice in Yorkshire offering surgical sperm retrieval and complex microscopic reconstruction. As he does in his NHS practice Mr Gordon offers general urology advice and treatments for benign prostate issues.

Mr Gordon started his medical training in London studying at Kings College London gaining his medical degree (MBBS) as well as BSc (Hons) in Physiology. His houseman jobs took him to the Southwest where he started his general surgical training. His specialist Urology training took him to Yorkshire where he settled as a consultant Urologist in the largest NHS Trust in England, Leeds. He has gained further specialist andrology experience by completing fellowships in both Leeds and at the world-famous Institute of urology at UCL, London. Here he honed his subspeciality interests in male factor infertility, complex genital reconstruction and penile implants under Professor David Ralph. He has also undergone additional training in fertility management of spinal cord injury males at the University of Miami.

Mr Gordon regularly presents at national and international meetings.  He has been published extensively with peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on reconstructive Andrology. He has already sat on the national Andrology committee (BAUS) between 2019-21 helping to set and maintain national andrology standards. He has recently joined the Andrology panel of the British Fertility Society (BFS) to set national standards in male infertility management.

He is happily married to his wife who works as a radiologist and have just welcomed their first child. In his spare time, he is an overly keen golfer (as is evident from his Twitter and Instagram!) and can often be seen out and about on his road bike.


  • MB ChB (Hons) – Kings College London – 2011
  • BSc Physiology (Hons) – Kings College London - 2010
  • MRCS - Royal College of Surgeons of England - 2014
  • FRCS (Urol) - Royal College of Surgeons of England - 2019

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