Find out everything you need to know about our hospitals before, during and after your visit.
Find out where our hospital services are located, what they do and contact details.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest and busiest acute hospital trusts in the UK. Find out about our organisation including our vision, strategy and goals, our Trust Board and the quality of our services.
We have some of the finest consultants in the UK working at the cutting edge of treatment and research. Find out more about your consultant here.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals is involved in research at all levels, developing and trialling new treatments for patients. We believe that being involved in cutting-edge research helps us provide better care to our patients.
As one of the largest NHS Trusts in the UK, we employ more than 20,000 people across 7 hospitals on 6 sites. *Please note all links will take you to our careers website.
Leeds Hospitals Charity supports NHS staff to deliver the best care for over a million patients and their families each year.
We are building two new hospitals at Leeds General Infirmary – a modern adults hospital and a new purpose-built children’s hospital.
Advice on how to care for your catheter, problems that may arise and how to deal with them
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You have been referred to the Urology Department by your GP because you have been found to have some blood in your urine (haematuria).
Kidney stones may form in the kidney as a result of crystallisation in the urine. The stones can be broken up by a technique called Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithtripsy (ESWL).
This leaflet aims to give you information about having a Dynamic Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy.
This leaflet has been provided to give you information about having a procedure known as a glansectomy.
This leaflet aims to answer your questions about having a flexible cystoscopy.
This leaflet aims to give you information about what to expect when you have an inguinal lymph node dissection.
Kidney or renal stones are one of the most common diseases of the urinary tract. The urinary tract comprises of the Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder and the Urethra.
If you have kidney stones, you may need to follow a special diet. Your doctor will need to run tests to find out why you form stones and what diet changes may be right for you.
This leaflet is to give you information about what happens when you need an operation to remove the end of your penis to treat your cancer.
This booklet aims to give you information about penile cancer.
This leaflet explains the test needed to help us understand how your bladder is working.