Mr James David Broome was educated in the Northwest and later went on to be awarded a First-Class Honours degree in Pharmacology from the University of Leeds. Subsequently he went on to study Medicine at the University of Manchester and graduated in 2010. His early surgical training was undertaken in Greater Manchester. Later, he progressed to speciality training in Merseyside and Cheshire where he developed an interest in urinary tract stone disease.
Mr Broome was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Salford Royal Foundation Trust in 2019. He was appointed as Clinical Director of Salford Care Urology in 2021. In his role as Clinical Director, he is responsible for leading a large NHS urology department and improving the care for urological patients across Salford and the North of the city.
His main areas of interest are urinary tract stone disease and prostate cancer diagnostics. He is one of two dedicated stone surgeons in the department and offers a full range of stone treatments including PCNL, ESWL and ureteroscopy. Furthermore, he also leads the prostate cancer diagnostic service and has a keen interest in technology and medical devices. He has recently worked in the field, ensuring that devices are safe to be used in patients.