MA MD FRCS(Urol)
Martin Nuttall was first appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford in 2010.
Martin initially trained at Cambridge University and in 1995 moved to St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London (now part of Imperial College) for clinical training. He qualified from St Mary’s Hospital in 1998 and commenced initial surgical training in London and Chichester, before moving to the Royal College of Surgeons of England in London to do a 2-year period of research into methods of risk adjusting and reporting surgical outcomes. This research ultimately led to a Masters Degree in Surgery from the University of London as well as a number of publications and presentations at international scientific meetings.
Martin’s further urological training was conducted in London and the South-East of England including two years at Guy’s Hospital subspecialising in complex kidney surgery for stones and cancer. He was awarded a travelling grant from the European School of Urology and visited the major urological training centre at Leuven in Belgium. Martin’s main interests include laparoscopic and robotic kidney surgery, prostate cancer diagnosis, benign prostate problems, and treatment of kidney stones.
Martin is currently the Clinical Lead of the Urology Department at Broomfield Hospital and has introduced various projects to improve and streamline the quality of patient care.
Outside of medicine, Martin is a keen runner and cyclist, and an enthusiastic rugby fan. He is married to Anna, a Consultant Paediatrician, and has three children.
- GMC Registration number: 4547327
- First year of qualification: 1998
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MA MS FRCS(Urol)
Bill McAllister was first appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford in 2004.
Bill qualified from Cambridge University in 1991. He trained initially in West Yorkshire before moving to London to do a 2-year period of research into the surgical treatment of benign prostatic enlargement. The research ultimately led to a Masters Degree in Surgery from the University of London as well as a number of publications and presentations on this subject. His further urological training was conducted in London and the South-East of England including Barts, The Royal London and St George’s Hospitals where he worked for Professor Roger Kirby. He was awarded the Keith Yates Gold Medal for his outstanding performance in the FRCS(Urol) specialist examinations and won a travelling scholarship to study laser prostatectomy with Peter Gilling in New Zealand. His main interests include male and female urinary incontinence, children's urology and benign prostate problems.
He has held a number of managerial posts at Broomfield Hospital including Lead Clinician and Unit Training Director and is currently Clinical Lead for the Urology Cancer MDT.
He is a qualified pilot, avid rugby enthusiast and an aspiring golfer! He is married to Louise, a local dentist, and has three sons.
- GMC Registration number: 3276602
- First year of qualification: 1991
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Danny Swallow was first appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford in 2015.
Danny graduated from Cambridge University in 2005. He spent his years as a junior doctor in the Eastern region, working in several district general hospitals and completing his training at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. He started working in urology from the first year after qualifying as a doctor, gaining the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (Urology) in 2013. He has also spent time in Paris with Professor Olivier Traxer, to enhance his skills as a kidney stone surgeon, which is his main surgical interest. His other interests include general and endoscopic urology, as well as diagnosis of prostate cancer and benign prostatic problems.
Danny is the lead for surgical clinical governance at Broomfield Hospital, and is also active in medical education for junior doctors.
He is a keen traveller and photographer, and has a passion for motoring and cooking. He grew up in French speaking countries and is bilingual with knowledge of several other languages too.