As seen in the Mail on Sunday health pages, Mr Lucky offers the UroLift system for treating BPH
Aintree University Hospital (NHS)
Sefton Suite Liverpool (Private)
Spire Murrayfield Hospital (Private)
Honorary Clinical Lecturer, University of Liverpool
4th year University Lead, Aintree University Hospital
Innovation Lead, Aintree University Hospital
National Institute of Health Research Urology Lead, North-west coast
A graduate of the University of Liverpool and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, having completed urological training in the North West, Mr Lucky underwent a fellowship in andrology, genital oncology, genital reconstructive surgery and male infertility at University College Hospital, London.
Mr Lucky’s areas of expertise include management of male factor infertility (specifically microTESE operation), Peyronie's disease, erectile dysfunction, penis implant procedures, complex circumcision, sexual dysfunction, hypogonadism and UROLIFT surgery. He also specialises in functional urological conditions and urological cancers.
To be referred on the NHS consult with your GP, and if they agree that a referral is appropriate they will arrange this via the NHS eReferral System. According to the NHS Constitution you have the right to ask for a referral to the hospital of your choice, even if you do not live in Liverpool, or Aintree is not your nearest hospital.
Contact your insurance provider and confirm that you are covered for the problem you wish to see Mr Lucky about. Once they have confirmed, they will often give you an authorisation code. You will also need a referral letter from your GP, so make an appointment to see them or send an online consultation and ask for a private referral. Contact the hospital of your choice (The Sefton Suite or Spire Murrayfield, see the links below) and ask for an appointment with Mr Lucky, and give them the insurance company's information and authorisation. Take your GP letter with you to your appointment.
Contact the hospital of your choice (The Sefton Suite or Spire Murrayfield, see the links below) and ask for an appointment with Mr Lucky. Depending on the nature of the problem for which you are seeing Mr Lucky, you may not need a GP letter.
Mr Lucky sees both NHS and private patients from his base at Aintree University NHS Foundation Trust and the private patient unit at The Sefton Suite.
Aintree University Hospital
Spire Murrayfield Hospital
Contact his Secretary to arrange a Consultation
Or you can call her on 0151 529 8543