Mr Leye Ajayi is a Consultant Urological Surgeon with a specialist interest in minimally invasive surgery for urinary tract stone disease, in particular laser and lithotripsy treatment. His general urology practice focuses on andrology, urinary incontinence, rapid access prostate and haematuria (blood in urine) assessments. He was awarded an MD for his research into the molecular biology of prostate cancer and has publications in this field and that of urinary tract stone disease. He is the Service Line Lead for the urology department and the clinical lead for stone disease at Royal Free NHS London.
He is committed to offering patients rapid access one stop urology diagnostic service. His medical school and specialist urology training took place at a number of teaching hospitals in London. His fellowship training took place in Brisbane, Australia.
Mr Leye Ajayi attends international meetings and courses regularly to increase his knowledge and ensure his patients receive state of the art techniques for their urological complaint. Mr Ajayi is the head of Department of Urology at Royal Free Hospital.
Mr Leye Ajayi is the course director of National and International masterclasses in complex stone diseases and is one of a hand full of surgeons in the country who perform PCNL in supine position and has extensive experience with this operation. He was invited to perform live Flexible ureteroscopy and laser treatment for kidney stones during the 2017 and 2018 European Association of Urologist annual meeting attended by several thousand Urologist from around the globe (shown below).