Mr Rowland Rees is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist based at University Hospitals Southampton, and also Honorary Consultant at University College London Hospital. For over a decade he has provided a regional andrology service for the Wessex region, along with an in-reach service at UCLH for penile cancer and penile prosthesis surgery.
He qualified in Medicine from the Royal London Hospital in 1995, completed surgical training at St Georges & Royal Marsden Hospitals, higher urological training on the Wessex rotation, and a fellowship in andrological surgery at the Institute of Urology, London.
Rowland covers all aspects of andrology and male genital surgery, including surgery for urethral strictures, Peyronie’s disease, erectile dysfunction, vasectomy reversal and male infertility, as well as more common conditions such as foreskin problems and scrotal swellings. He performs over 300 such procedures per year, including urethroplasty, penile prostheses, vasectomy reversal, Micro-TESE surgical sperm retrieval, Nesbit & Lue procedures, Artificial urinary sphincters and male slings.
Rowland was elected Chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons section of Andrology and Genito-urethral surgery 2018-2020, and represented the Wessex region on the NHS England’s Urology commissioning committee. He has published over 80 articles in the field of urology and andrology, is a regular speaker and teacher at regional, national and international academic meetings, and serves on the editorial board of academic journals.
Rowland spends his spare time cycling the Hampshire countryside, enjoying the West Wales coast, and spending time with his three young daughters.