Mr Manandhar is a Urological Surgeon with over 20 years of experience in his field. He has a very pragmatic way of treating patients, taking into account their personal circumstances and individual needs. Currently working as a Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, part of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Mr Manandhar sees more than 2000 patients per year in his current practice with excellent feedback.
Prior to his position in Birmingham, Mr Manandhar worked at Oxford University Hospital, Oxfordshire. He currently has active teaching commitments to medical students from Birmingham University, delivering a number of lectures and overseeing their training during urological placements which he co-ordinates. Mr Manandhar is also a GMC accredited Clinical Supervisor to urology trainees and regularly attends national and international meetings on Urology to ensure he is up to date on new innovations and developments in his speciality.
Mr Manandhar has been leading the Benign Urology sub-speciality at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and this is related to the minimally invasive treatment of prostate enlargement. He has successfully introduced the minimally invasive technique of Urolift and is looking forward to introducing Steam therapy (Rezum) for enlarged prostate at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the near future.
As well as his extensive medical training, Mr Manandhar has also acquired a Masters degree in Health Management.
He is fluent in multiple languages – Nepali, Hindi, Urdu and Bulgarian and has a working knowledge of other European languages. He is a member of a local tennis club and regularly competes with other clubs across Birmingham as a member of the men’s team.