Urology isn’t as sexy as cosmetic surgery nor as awe-inspiring as brain surgery, but it certainly raises eyebrows at parties when the only question men want an answer to is… well, you know the question don’t you? And as much as this topic, usually mentioned tongue in cheek, is treated as a bit of
We are now back to operating at full capacity! This means that we are performing all categories of surgery including elective and non urgent work. As per government guidelines we are still practicing social distancing, so while patients will be offered face to face appointments as needed we will continue to minimise the traffic through
With social distancing measures the number of coronavirus cases in WA has dropped and some capacity for semi-urgent elective surgery has been reinstated as per government recommendations. To continue social distancing measures we are still minimising the number of patients attending the rooms and the hospital with a preference for Telehealth wherever possible.
Coronavirus COVID-19 is posing an unprecedented threat to the health and safety of communities worldwide. Western Australia is no exception. Widespread societal changes have thankfully been put in place to ensure social distancing and minimise the risk of disease spread. At Perth Urology Clinic we are striving to keep patients safe while still attending to their needs.
April is testicular cancer awareness month. As Urologists we see a lot of testicular cancer, almost invariably in young and otherwise healthy men. Shane was interviewed by Manchester United TV on behalf of the DT38 foundation to increase awareness of this disease which is likely curable if diagnosed early.
Welcome to our new website - thanks for making the time to visit us. Part of the Perth Urology Clinic ethos is to be approachable and available for our GP colleagues and patients. Our hope is that this website will be a first step towards that goal.