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1/84 Bridge Rd, Richmond, Melbourne, Australia, 3121 - 1750.59 kilometers
Cancer Specialists - 1750.59 kilometers
1/84 Bridge Rd, Richmond, Melbourne, Australia, 3121
15 years of experience
Bladder Cancer, Penile Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer + 3more

Professor Declan Murphy is an expert Urologist with 2 decades of experience working in both the UK and Australia. He is the Founding Director of Cancer Specialists in Melbourne and sees patients at Epworth Hospital Richmond and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. Prof Murphy is also the Director of Genitourinary Oncology, Director of Robotic Surgery at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Professorial Fellow at the Sir Peter MacCallum Department of Oncology at the University of Melbourne.

Prof Murphy completed his medical degree at the National University of Ireland, Republic of Ireland in 1996. He completed his specialist training in Urology at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Urology in 2006. He became a Specialist in Urology, registered by the General Medical Council (UK) in 2008 and was appointed as a Consultant Urologist at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in 2008.

Prof Murphy completed a fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology in Melbourne, supervised by Professor Tony Costello and returned to Australia in 2010. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Urology in 2011.

Prof Murphy's practices exclusively in genitourinary oncology with the majority (around 90%) of both his clinical and research practice surrounding the surgical treatment and management of prostate cancer.

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Level 4/1521 Forest Rd, Orange, Australia, 2800 - 1730.66 kilometers
Orange Private Hospital - 1730.66 kilometers
Level 4/1521 Forest Rd, Orange, Australia, 2800
Artificial Urinary Sphincter, Autologous Fascial Sling, Bladder Instillation, Bladder Neck Incision + 11more
Suite3/level2 55 Victoria Parade, Melbourne, Australia, 3065 - 1748.80 kilometers
Melbourne Urology Group - 1748.80 kilometers
Suite3/level2 55 Victoria Parade, Melbourne, Australia, 3065
17 years of experience
Dr Kapil Sethim, a urological surgeon, specialises in the use of minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat benign and malignant conditions of the kidney, prostate, and bladder. He also has expertise in laser surgery for enlarged prostate and stones and uses advanced laparoscopy and robotics for upper and lower urinary tract conditions.opy and robotics for upper and lower urinary tract conditions.

Treats all aspects of general urology including:
General and uro-oncology
Stone surgery
Benign prostate surgery
Kidney cancer
Bladder cancer
Prostate cancer

After qualifying in 2003, Dr Sethi became a Doctor of Medicine in 2015 for his research in kidney cancer. He was awarded a fellowship in 2018 and was the first Australasian-trained fellow at the Martini Klinik, a world-renowned centre for prostate cancer surgery. Dr Sethi also gained experience through other fellowships and is trained in keyhole stone surgery, laser enucleation of the prostate, advanced laparoscopy, and robotics.

Dr Sethi has an interest in research and achieved the Villis Marshall prize from the Urological Society of ANZ for best scientific research. He has written numerous research papers and has presented his work internationally. Dr Sethi has also spent time volunteering as a doctor for asylum seekers in Melbourne, who would otherwise have no access to medical care.

Dr Sethi sees patients at Shepparton Private Hospital and Goulburn Valley Health. He also consults at St Vincent’s Health and Western Health, Epworth Freemasons, St. Vincent’s Private, John Fawkner, Epping Private, and Benalla Health. He treats patients individualistically and ensures patients are fully informed and part of the decision-making process.
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233 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3000 - 1748.97 kilometers
Men's Health Melbourne - 1748.97 kilometers
233 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3000
21 years of experience
Benign Prostate Hyperplasia, Erectile Dysfunction, Infertility, Male Infertility
Mr Darren Katz is a medical director and urological surgeon whose main practice is Men’s Health, Melbourne. He also sees patients at Vermont South Medical Centre, West Gippsland Hospital Consulting Suites, and Holmesglen Private Hospital. Dr Darren takes a multi-disciplinary approach to treating patients and aims to deliver prompt treatment to all patients.

Dr Katz has completed multiple fellowships in urology and spent time at two world-renowned hospitals - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Weill-Cornell Medical Centre.

Dr Katz's specialist areas are as follows:
Urological prosthetics
Male infertility
Male voiding dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction
Urinary incontinence
Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Dr Katz is actively involved in research and often presents his work at international conferences. He is also a reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed urology journals including the Journal of Urology, the British Journal of Urology, and the Journal of Andrology and Gynaecology: Current Research. In addition, Dr Katz is passionate about education and lectures at the University of Melbourne. He is also a member of the Academy of Surgical Educators and teaches fellow urologists and surgeons.
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11 Martin Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3084 - 1749.14 kilometers
North Eastern Urology - 1749.14 kilometers
11 Martin Street, Melbourne, Australia, 3084
15 years of experience

Mr Gregory Jack is a board-certified urologist who works at North Eastern Urology, Heidelberg. He also sees patients at Warringal Private Hospital, Pascoe Vale Health, Epping Private Hospital, and Austin Hospital, where he is part of the kidney transplant team.

Mr Jack was previously based at UCLA hospital in Los Angeles, California where he was Director of the UCLA Comprehensive Kidney Stone Centre. He is internationally recognised for his expertise in kidney stone prevention and minimally invasive treatments.

Mr Jack's specialist areas are as follows:

Bladder issues

Urologic emergencies

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)


Kidney stone prevention, treatment, and reconstruction

Overactive urinary bladder

Kidney, testicle, bladder, and prostate cancer

Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Penile prosthesis insertion

Procedures that Mr Jack carries out include donor nephrectomy, kidney exchanges, and robotic kidney surgery and ureteric injuries using surgical lasers

Mr Jack completed his undergraduate degree in 1996, followed by a Urology degree in 2007. He then embarked on a fellowship for three years, where he trained in minimally invasive and laparoscopic surgery. Mr Jack remains actively involved in clinical research, and his topics of interest include min

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East Melbourne, Suite 103, 320 Victoria Parade, VIC3002 - 1749.33 kilometers
Freemasons Hospital Medical Centre - 1749.33 kilometers
East Melbourne, Suite 103, 320 Victoria Parade, VIC3002
Pelvic pain, Urodynamics
Dr Sandra Elmer, a consultant urologist, is based in East Melbourne and has public appointments at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Austin Health. She also holds consultations with patients at the Australian Prostate Centre, North Melbourne. Dr Elmer treats all aspects of general urology and treats both male and female urinary incontinence. She sees patients with a range of conditions including kidney stones, prostatic disease, and urological cancers including prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular.

Dr Elmer’s specialist areas are as follows:
Female pelvic medicine
Reconstructive surgery
Functional urology and neurogenic bladder dysfunction
Urodynamics, neuromodulation and botox

Dr Elmer has expertise in endoscopic, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery. She also uses laser surgery for the treatment of kidney stones and prostatic enlargement.

Dr Elmer consults privately at the following locations:
Elgin House Private Hospital, Carlton
Epworth Freemasons Hospital Medical Centre, East Melbourne
Holmesglen Private Hospital

Dr Elmer qualified in 2005 from the University of Melbourne and completed her fellowship in urology in 2016. She has trained at the New York University with the world’s top female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgeons and completed robotic surgical training in Belgium.

Dr Elmer is actively involved in research and has previously worked at the KEMRI Wellcome Trust where she investigated malaria in pregnancy. She has also received a Master of Surgery for her research and presented at international conferences.

Dr Elmer is a member of the following organisations:
Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Society of Urodynamics, female pelvic medicine and urogenital reconstruction
International Urogynecological Association
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Level 1, 124 Grey Street, East Melbourne, Australia, 3002 - 1749.61 kilometers
Epworth Freemasons - 1749.61 kilometers
Level 1, 124 Grey Street, East Melbourne, Australia, 3002
17 years of experience
Circumcision, Orchidectomy

Dr. Gideon Blecher is a Consultant Urologist and Andrologist with many years of experience in the treatment and management of male sexual health and reproductive health issues, such as erectile dysfunction, infertility, incontinence, and Peyronie’s disease, in addition to general urology. He sees private patients at Epworth Freemasons Hospital, East Melbourne.

Dr. Blecher earned his medical degree at Monash, University, after which he undertook his urology surgeon with the Royal College of Surgeons, and continued to undertake fellowships over the course of three years. During this period, Dr. Blecher gained knowledge and expertise in various aspects of urology, andrology, and also robotic oncology in renowned London Hospitals. He has since become the co-chair for the Young Sexual Medicine Academy and regularly speaks at national and international meetings for urology.

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Suite 206, Level 2, 685 Burke Road, Melbourne, Australia, 2131 - 1755.53 kilometers
Precision Urology - 1755.53 kilometers
Suite 206, Level 2, 685 Burke Road, Melbourne, Australia, 2131
Dr Pras Sivam specialises in urology, robotic surgery, and cancer. He is based at Precision Urology, Camberwell but also holds consultations at Waverly Private Hospital, Epworth Richmond, Cabrini Hospital Malvern, the Royal Melbourne Hospital, and the Northern Hospital. Dr Sivam is also a specialist at the Australian Prostate Centre.

In addition to general urology, Dr Sivam has skills in robotic and open surgery for prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular cancer. He takes a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and places a high value on shared decision-making with his patients.

Dr Sivam’s sub-specialty expertise includes:
Robotic prostatectomy with lymph node dissection
MRI-guided prostate biopsy
Open and robotic kidney surgery
Major surgery for bladder and testicle cancer

Dr Sivam qualified in 2004 from the University of Melbourne. After completing an internship and residency at the Royal Melbourne Hospital he then embarked upon accredited training in urology. Following this, he was awarded a prestigious fellowship in urologic oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. During this time, Dr Sivam was trained in robotic surgery and a high volume of complex procedures.

Dr Sivam has a passion for medical education and is a senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne, where he supervises MD research students. He is actively involved in research and has a number of publications in journals. His research interest is in the clinical management of prostate, kidney and testicular cancer.

Dr Sivam has also won several academic awards including the USANZ Prize for his research on asymptomatic microscopic haematuria, 2011, and was awarded a trophy for ‘best research paper’ at the Annual Meeting of the Victorian Section of the Urological Society of Australian and New Zealand.

Dr Sivam also serves as the Urological Society representative on the Movember BroSupPORT Steering Committee, and as Urology Training Supervisor at Northern Health and Senior Medical Analyst for the EMR project at Northern Health.
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322 Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Australia, 3144 - 1755.61 kilometers
Australian Urology Associates - 1755.61 kilometers
322 Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Australia, 3144
Dr Karen McKertich specialises in urology and consults at the Australian Urology Associates in Malvern and the Cabrini Hospital in Malvern and Brighton. Her public appointment is at the Alfred Hospital and she also runs the Bayside Urology Continence Clinic at Caulfield Hospital. Dr McKertich treats all areas of general urology with specialisation in the following conditions:

Stress urinary incontinence in men and women
Urge urinary incontinence and overactive bladder in men and women
Neurological conditions affecting the urinary tract e.g. related to spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis
Female urology including prolapse

Dr McKertich offers a comprehensive assessment including evaluation with fluoroscopic urodynamics. She is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those affected by urological conditions and focuses on non-surgical treatments and minimally invasive surgical procedures such as slings, botulinum toxin, and interstim neuromodulation. Dr McKertich graduated top of her class in 1991 from the University of Melbourne Medical School and completed her postgraduate training in female urology, neuro-urology, and voiding abnormalities, obtaining her fellowship in urological surgery from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) in 2000. She then further specialised in female urology, neurourology and urodynamics, prolapse and incontinence surgery.

Dr McKertich has a passion for teaching and lectures at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is also involved in clinical research into incontinence.

Dr McKertich is a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ) and is currently the chair of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Urological Surgeons (ANZAUS).
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Box Hill, 1 Arnold Street, Melbourne, VIC 3128 - 1757.60 kilometers
Epworth Eastern Hospital - 1757.60 kilometers
Box Hill, 1 Arnold Street, Melbourne, VIC 3128
27 years of experience

Dr. Caroline Dowling is a Consultant Urologist with nearly two decades of experience in the treatment and management of continence, pelvic floor, and urogynaecological problems. Dr. Dowling sees private patients at Box Hill North.

Dr. Dowling earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine at the University of Melbourne, after which she gained a fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. She then undertook a neuro-urology and incontinence fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, followed by a urogynaecology fellowship during her time working at Monash Health and the Royal Melbourne Hospital as a Consultant. Since then, she has also been made Clinical director for the Urology Unit at Eastern Health, where she is responsible for delivering functional urological care to a large community.

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What is a Urologist?

A urologist is medical specialist involved in exploring, diagnosing and treating diseases of the urinary tract. They also specialise in the male reproductive system and occasionally carry out specialist surgery on the area. You’ll find urologists working in a variety of healthcare settings including private clinics and hospitals, as well as urology centres dedicated to issues around the urinary tract. They also care for problems with the kidneys, the ureter itself, the bladder, and the prostate gland. Because urology was the first surgical specialty to perfect minimally invasive treatments like keyhole surgery and robot-assisted operations, there are several minimally invasive techniques on the cards. These include cystoscopes and endoscopes, useful for taking out bladder tumours and dealing with kidney stones.

When to see a Urologist?

Your first stop with urology problems will be your family doctor. They’ll use their expertise to pin down whether you need to see a specialist. Bladder, urethra, ureter, kidney, and adrenal gland problems often occur in men, and disorders of the epididymis, penis, prostate, seminal vesicles, and testes are all male-related. For women, the reason behind a urology referral is often post-pregnancy bladder weakness or the collapse of the pelvic organs. Children are frequently referred to a Melbourne urologist thanks to the common abnormal urinary tract problems that can make them wet the bed.

What conditions does a Urologist treat?

A urologist treats a very wide range of issues around this area of the body:

  • Bladder Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Blood In Urine (Haematuria)
  • Testicular Pain
  • Bladder Pain
  • Priapism
  • Male Hypogonadism
  • Peyronie’s Disease

What procedures can you find at a Urology clinic? 

  • Vasectomy (Male Sterilization)
  • PSA
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Female And Reconstructive Urology
  • Ureteroscopy
  • Green Light Laser Prostatectomy
  • Rigid & Flexible Ureterorenoscopy And Laser Fragmentation Of Stones
  • Bladder Instillation
  • Holmium Laser Enucleation Of The Prostate (HoLEP)
  • Micro-Surgical Sperm Retrieval (MESA)
  • Vasectomy Reversal
  • Inflatable Penile Prosthesis
  • Orchidectomy
  • Hydrocelectomy
  • Prostatectomy (TURP)
  • Transurethral Resection Of A Bladder Tumour (TURBT)
  • Robotic Pyeloplasty
  • Robotic Cystectomy
  • Nerve Sparing Prostatectomy
  • Prostate Biopsy
  • Blue Light Cystoscopy
  • Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)
  • Transrectal Ultrasound (TRUS)
  • Orchiopexy For Undescended Testicle (UDT)
  • Video Consultation

What subspecialties are included in urology?  

Some Australian urologists treat general diseases of the urinary tract, some decide to specialise in female urology, male infertility, neurology, paediatric urology, or urologic oncology, which concentrates on urinary system cancers.

What should you expect at a urology clinic in Australia?

Your chosen urologist will read through your medical records then ask you about your medical history, sometimes your family history. It’s likely they’ll need to make a careful physical examination, and maybe order some tests. Imaging tests like CT scans, MRI scans and ultrasound scans are common, as is a procedure involving a cystoscope, whose tiny camera reveals what’s going on inside you. You might be asked to give a urine sample for testing in a lab, to check for bacterial infection or disease. They may use a biopsy to see if there’s cancer present, or use something called urodynamic testing to establish how quickly your urine flows, as well as checking in case any of it is left behind in the bladder. At the end of their investigations you’ll likely be recommended treatment to manage the condition or referred for surgery.

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