This service is based in Broadgreen Hospital. It provides general urological care to the local population, as well as specialist care to the population of Merseyside.
It is a large department with nine consultant urologists and five specialist nurses. There is a purpose-built urology centre at Broadgreen, containing all the outpatient facilities and the lithotripsy and a urodynamics suites. All planned surgery is provided at Broadgreen Hospital. Emergency care is provided at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
The Department is named after two Liverpool Urology pioneers, James Gow and Norman Gibbon.