Urological Surgeon in Cambridge
MBBS, BSc, MRCS, FRCS Urology
Cambridge Urology Clinic
Private practice sites: Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital and Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital.
Areas of expertise:
- General Urology including cystoscopy, circumcision and hydrocele surgery
- Female and male urinary incontinence
- Female and male urinary symptoms
- Urinary tract infections
- Bladder problems
- Bladder investigations including urodynamics
- Female Urology
- Benign prostatic enlargement including TURP and Urolift surgery
- Urethral strictures
Miss Suzanne Biers is an experience urological surgeon working in Cambridge. She has a subspecialist interest in bladder problems in both men and women, including urinary incontinence, bothersome urinary symptoms, urinary tract infections, inflammatory conditions of the bladder, benign prostate enlargement and urethral stricture disease.
She qualified from St. George’s Hospital Medical School in London with a distinction in Surgery and completed a postgraduate degree in bladder dysfunction at Oxford University. She has trained in several specialist centres and teaching Hospitals including The Churchill Hospital in Oxford and University Hospital Southampton, She gained additional fellowship experience in incontinence and bladder dysfunction surgery at University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust, University College Hospital in London and during a European Association of Urology fellowship to Leuven in Belgium. She was appointed to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge as a Urology Consultant in 2012.
She has authored 7 books, published multiple peer-reviewed papers in journals, been involved in UK NICE guidelines, is the Clinical Lead for the International ARU Urology Masters Degree Programme and is part of the executive committee for the Female Section of the British Association of Urological Surgeons.
Suzanne Biers qualified from St. George’s Hospital Medical School, London with a distinction in Surgery. After specialising in Urology, she completed a postgraduate MD degree at the University of Oxford, looking into novel ways to treat urinary symptoms, and was awarded the British Journal of Urology Prize for her research. She had been trained in many expert urology centres and teaching Hospitals and included fellowships in Female Urology and Urogynaecology in University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and a European fellowship opportunity in Belgium.
Suzanne Biers joined Addenbrooke’s Teaching Hospital as a Urological Surgeon in 2012 and has been active in improving services for patients and received excellent patient feedback. She provides private practice urological care after joining The Cambridge Urology Clinic. She covers a wide range of general urological problems including cystoscopy, circumcision and hydrocele repair. She subspecialises in male and female urinary incontinence and bothersome urinary symptoms, benign enlargement of the prostate, female urology, urinary tract infections and cystitis, reconstruction of the urinary tract, and urethral stricture disease.
She has contributed to national NICE guidelines on urinary incontinence, has written 7 urology textbooks, published multiple papers in peer-review journals, and contributed to other book chapters. Suzanne is active in teaching, is Clinic lead for the International ARU Urology Masters Degree programme based in Cambridge, and is recognised nationally for urology training courses. She contributes regionally as a Urology Champion for East of England Research. Nationally she sits on the executive committee for the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) Section for Female Neurological Urodynamics Urology (FNUU) and is the lead for education.