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St Vincent’s Department of Urology provides several specialist clinics.
Mr Jeremy Goad
Tel: 9419 4715
Miss Cathy Temelcos
Tel: 9417 2374
Mr Lih-Ming Wong
Tel: 9419 5290
Dr Anita Clarke
Mr Owen Niall
Regular clinic with the full urology team present. Hospital interpreters are available. There is capacity to see urgent patients but direct consultation with registrar or consultants is required. For urgent appointments, please call 9231 2211 and ask for urology registrar.
This is a fast-tracked clinic for patients with any haematuria, GPs can refer directly to this clinic. This streamlined clinic is run concurrently with a flexible cystoscopy list in endoscopy. To avoid delay in booking patients in, please arrange a MSU, urine cytology and either CTIVP or renal tract ultrasound.
A multidisciplinary clinic consisting of urology team, continence nurse and physiotherapist designed to streamline patient assessment and care. Voiding flow rates, post-void bladder ultrasound and urodynamics can be performed in this clinic.
Expedited review for patients with urinary tract stones. Priority is given to patients with symptoms and/or stones >5mm in size. Having the state lithotripsy service at St Vincent’s allows accelerated treatment of many patients in this clinic.
Nurse Consultants coordinate care and urodynamics and are available to assist with patient education.
Contact Genevieve Duggan or Molly Trethewey
Tel: (03) 9231 3737
Refer to the Specialist Clinics area
For referrals to the St Vincent's Lithotripsy Service, please use the ESWL Referral Form and FAX to: 9231 3627
Enquiries regarding lithotripsy phone: 9231 3628
For more information visit the Lithotripsy webpage
Please refer to the Urology Statewide Referral Criteria for the below conditions:
(03) 9231 3475
Fax: (03) 9231 3489
(03) 9231 2898
(03) 9231 1251
(03) 9231 1252
HealthPathways Melbourne is an online portal designed to be used by general practice at the point of care to guide best practice assessment, management and referral of common clinical conditions.
This is a public outpatient service. All patients need to be referred to us by a GP. Please see your GP if you believe you would benefit from a referral to this clinic. Many doctors have private consulting suites as well as working in the public hospital system. This is entirely separate from St Vincent’s and our staff do not have any information about the private consulting practices of doctors.