Mr Bhupendra Dev Sarmah is a leading urologist with over 25 years of consultant-grade experience. Mr.Sarmah retired from Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (new name- University Hospitals Birmingham) at the end of 2018. Mr.Sarmah returned to the trust in July 2019 to do part time work until the lock down in March 2020. Practising at Spire Parkway Hospital, Solihull.
Mr Sarmah is a very experienced endo-urologist who also has a specialist interest in the treatment of prostate cancer, benign prostate enlargement (BPH), bladder cancer, kidney stones, minimally-invasive vasectomy surgery and vasectomy reversal. He offers full management of bladder and prostate cancer from diagnosis to treatment, including radical surgery, offering patients a wide range of treatment options to preserve quality of life. Mr. Sarmah is a proponent of Day Surgery where possible as well as feasible. One stop prostate assessment clinic has been very successful in his NHS practice.
At Heartlands Hospital, Mr Sarmah established the use of Green Light Laser (PVP) for BPH in 2008, upgrading to Moxy fibre in 2013, and is an avid supporter of day cases for this procedure. During the same year Mr.Sarmah took the lead to develop PDD Blue Light Cystoscopy for high risk bladder cancer patients. He started Neobladder reconstruction following radical cystectomy in 2005. Since 2009, he has made advances in the use of continuous anastomosis after open radical prostatectomy improving continence. Simultaneous use of modified TAB block means that over 90% of patients who undergo prostatectomy can be discharged within two days. Mr Sarmah is dedicated to informing both clinicians and the public of the latest treatments for bladder and prostate cancer, and regularly offers talks at seminars at the hospital as well as in the community. He has been a regular speaker at Solihull Prostate cancer support group.