Mr Feilim Murphy is the lead Consultant Paediatric Urologist as St George’s Hospital in South London. This forms the base for his NHS practice. He is the Caregroup Lead for Paediatric Surgery.
Dr Murphy works closely with a wonderful multi-disciplinary team always aining to provide world-class care for every single child. The team's motto : ‘to improve the outcome for every single child’
Mr Murphy's use of minimally invasive urological surgery has defined his clinical practice. He has a special interest in the undescended testis, wetting disorders and children with special needs who are incontinent. He has written the BAPU (The British Association of Paediatric Urologists) document outlining standards of care for undescended testes and megaureters.
His medical training has included working in Ireland at both Temple Street Children’s Hospital and Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children. He then worked in Australia and New Zealand, before returning to Dublin to complete his paediatric surgical training. On completion he was awarded a fellowship in paediatric surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He worked as a Consultant Paediatric Urologist in Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children before moving to St George's NHS Hospital in South London.
He is a member of numerous international paediatric surgery and urology organisations and a regular reviewer for many prestigious national and international journals. He has published many scientific articles and paper, book chapters and international research presentations and is the research lead for paediatric surgery and urology in St George’s hospital. He has been invited worldwide to talk about the key issues in paediatric urology and potential for future improvements in the field.