Paul Rajjayabun graduated in Medicine from the University of Birmingham in 1994 and subsequently went on to be awarded a MD in Molecular Biology from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He completed his specialist training in Urological Surgery in the West Midlands Deanery and was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon in 2008. He now has well over a decade of experience in treating and caring for his patients.
Mr Rajjayabun has a broad interest in all aspects of adult Urology with sub-specialist expertise in minimal access/laparoscopic surgery for malignant and benign conditions of the urinary tract. He has performed over 400 laparoscopic ‘keyhole’ kidney operations – many for patients with cancer.
He offers a comprehensive portfolio of laser surgical techniques in Urology to treat stone disease.
He implemented ‘Transperineal Template’ prostate biopsy techniques in Worcestershire and has performed approaching 200 procedures. He worked closely with local charities in Worcestershire to secure over £300K of funding to procure diagnostic equipment to support this.
His research and clinical work have been presented to numerous learned societies including The Royal College of Surgeons of England, The Royal Society of Medicine, The American Association of Urology, The World Congress of Endourology and The British Association of Urological Surgeons. His clinical team has been awarded the Lister Legacy Prize from The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Peter Ryan Prize from the West Midlands Urology Society
To complement his clinical work Mr Rajjayabun acts as an Intercollegiate International Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He also acts as Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer and Senior Examiner for the University of Birmingham Medical School.
Mr Rajjayabun strongly supports research in the NHS and recently held the role of West Midlands South CRN Speciality Lead for Surgery and was a member of the National Institute for Health Research Surgery Specialty Group. He has collaboratively recruited patients into numerous clinical trials investigating treatments for Urological cancer.
Mr Rajjayabun has held several senior management roles in his career including the executive post of Divisional Medical Director for Surgery at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. During his tenure, he oversaw and led preparations for a vital CQC inspection which resulted in over 20 rating improvements in Surgical Services.
- Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy
- Diagnostics in Prostate Cancer
- Teaching and Training
- Clinical Audit
- Clinical Research
- Medical Management
- Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
- British Association of Urological Surgeons
- General Medical Council