Our multi-disciplinary team are experts in the medical and surgical treatment of male genital problems. We are all passionate about men’s health – and about placing patient care at the heart of what we do. 

Rowland qualified in Medicine in 1995 at Barts and The London Hospital school of Medicine, taking an intercalated degree in Physiology with 1st Class Hons. 

Following A&E at the Royal London, he then underwent general surgical training at St George’s and the Royal Marsden Hospitals, London, Urology training on the Wessex Urological training programme, and a sub-specialist Fellowship in Andrology & genito-urethral surgery at the Institute of Urology in London. 

Following a year as locum consultant at UCLH, and 4 years as Consultant general urologist at Winchester, Rowland moved to University Hospital Southampton in 2013 to set up a regional Andrology service for the central south coast area of England. 

Rowland is secretary of the BAUS section of Andrology and Genito-urethral surgery, is actively involved in the teaching and training of surgeons in the UK and abroad, and is an internationally invited speaker in the field of Andology. He has published and presented extensively in the field. 

Scientific publications list

Dr Kam Mann
Dr Kam Mann

Kam is an experienced GP with a specialist interest in Andrology, Men’s Health and Sexual Medicine. He was born and brought up in North London, educated at Latymer School and studied medicine at The London Hospital Medical College, University of London, graduating in 1985. He has since studied and worked in the UK, USA and New Zealand. He has postgraduate qualifications from the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP London) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP London). His NHS base is with the Andrology team at the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.
His clinical interests include erectile dysfunction, penile rehabilitation, ejaculatory disorders including premature ejaculation, penile curvature including Peyronie’s disease and Men’s health lifestyle assessments. He has a particular expertise in the assessment and management of testosterone deficiency.
He is a trainer and appraiser of doctors and upholds a strong belief for providing high quality, safe, holistic, evidence based medical care for his patients.
He sits on the committee of the UK Primary Care Testosterone Advisory Group (PCTAG) and is a member of the British, European and International Societies of Sexual Medicine (BSSM, ESSM, ISSM) and Primary Care Urology Society (PCUS). He is a member of the Medscape Advisory Group, UK. He regularly attends national and international conferences to stay up to date with the latest research in his areas of specialist interest and to share learning.
He is co-author of the Men’s Health Guidelines for General Practice, a Journal reviewer and has been invited to speak and chair scientific meetings in the field of men’s health and sexual medicine.

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Dr Mark Vincent

After qualifying as a Doctor in 2002, Mark completed surgical training before becoming a GP. He works as a Partner in a Winchester Practice and has been performing no-scalpel vasectomies (NSV) for nearly 10 years, and has completed over 1500 procedures over this time. As well as being one of the regions most experienced specialists in this procedure, Mark takes great pride in offering a personalised, responsive and friendly service. 

No-scalpel vasectomy is usually a straightforward procedure done under local anaesthetic with minimal discomfort. It takes about 20 minutes to perform, and depending on the nature of their occupation most men return to work the next day. Vasectomies are typically performed on a Friday afternoon to enable a slightly longer recovery period, and to minimise time away from work.

Before committing to a vasectomy it is important that you and your partner are fully informed and happy to proceed. To that extent we would encourage you to first read the attached links, and get in touch to arrange a pre-operative meeting at a time convenient to you.

Wessex andrology team
Mr Rees and surgical team at Sarum Road Hospital, Winchester


Dear Mr Rees,

Having attended your clinc this morning, and being signed off after several check ups following my operation last April I had to write to thank you.

After it was put to me last year by you and your team that I was fine to have the operation, I have been put perfectly at ease all through the process from the operation to the after care and advice. There has been no time where I have felt concerned about anything. I would urge anyone about to go through this process not to worry, they are in good caring hands. The operation you performed on me has been life changing in the best way possible, thank you so very much.

Michael McGuiness


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