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Dr Kym Horsell

Rocklands Drive, Tiwi NT 0810

Dr Kym Horsell is a urological surgeon who has a wealth of experience in performing various surgical procedures. He completed his medical degree at the University of Adelaide before undergoing urological surgery training in Sydney and Adelaide. Dr Horsell further honed his skills by undertaking a fellowship under the guidance of Professor Paul Abrams in Bristol, where he focused on complex pelvic surgery and the treatment of male and female incontinence. Dr Horsell is particularly interested in the management of early and advanced prostate cancer, bladder cancer, and urinary tract stone disease. He offers a range of surgical treatments, including laser stone and prostate surgery, laparoscopic surgery, and robotic-assisted surgery. His dedication to providing the best care for his patients has led to his appointment to various medical positions, including serving on the Board of Training and Education. Recognizing the importance of improving men's health, especially in remote and regional areas, Dr Horsell frequently visits Darwin to provide consulting services in addition to his commitments at Southern Adelaide Local Health Network and Ashford Hospital, as well as his private practice. Dr Horsell actively contributes to professional organizations and committees. He is a valued member of the SA PCCOC (Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaboration) and serves on its steering committee. Additionally, he sits on the Medical Advisory Committee of Ashford Private Hospital and Tennyson Day Hospital, as well as the MIGA Medical Advisory Panel. With his extensive experience, expertise, and genuine commitment to patient care, Dr Horsell is widely regarded as an exceptional surgeon and a highly sought-after specialist. His patients appreciate his approachable demeanor and his ability to explain complex medical information in a way that is easy to understand. Dr Horsell's passion for his field and his dedication to his patients make him a respected and trusted healthcare professional.
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Dr Simon Pridgeon

159 Dick Ward Drive, Nightcliff NT 0810

Dr Simon Pridgeon is a urologist with extensive experience in treating a range of urological conditions. He completed his medical training at the University of Edinburgh and holds a PhD in Molecular Cancer Pharmacology from Newcastle University. Dr Pridgeon is skilled in laparoscopic kidney surgery, which he acquired during a Fellowship program in Australia. He currently practices at Cairns Hospital in Far North Queensland, where he collaborates with Northern Urology specialists to provide comprehensive care for patients. Dr Pridgeon is dedicated to delivering high-quality care to his patients, with a particular focus on identifying and treating kidney cancer. He is well-versed in all aspects of urological care, including the treatment and aftercare of conditions affecting urinary organs, prostate, and male reproductive organs. Dr Pridgeon is proficient in both medical treatments and surgical interventions, ensuring the best possible outcomes for his patients. In addition to his clinical work, Dr Pridgeon serves as an associate lecturer at the University of Queensland and teaches medical students at James Cook University. He actively participates in research, demonstrating his commitment to advancing knowledge in his field. Dr Pridgeon's passion for urology and his dedication to patient care have earned him a respected reputation in Far North Queensland. His expertise, combined with his compassionate approach, has made him a sought-after urologist in the region, providing patients with comprehensive, individualized care.
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Dr Garrath Evans

159 Dick Ward Drive, Nightcliff NT 0810

Dr Garrath Evans is a urologist specializing in upper tract, incontinence, and erectile dysfunction disorders for male and female patients. Born and raised in Brisbane, Dr Evans completed his medical training at prestigious hospitals in Queensland and Ireland. With a patient-centered approach, Dr Evans prioritizes building a rapport with his patients to ensure they feel comfortable discussing their medical concerns throughout their diagnosis, treatment, and after-care. Regularly presenting to patients, families, and medical professionals, Dr Evans demonstrates a dedication to providing excellent urological care. As a progressive urologist, Dr Evans is well-versed in robotic surgery, employing minimally invasive procedures for complex surgeries with potentially life-saving outcomes. While the required facilities are currently unavailable in the Far North, Dr Evans has partnered with Greenslopes Hospital in Brisbane to ensure his patients receive comprehensive urological care from start to finish. By performing surgeries on his own patients, he eliminates the need for repeated tests and allows for continued specialist care after returning home. Dr Evans and his professional team remain committed to providing exceptional medical care, expert advice, and support to patients seeking urological treatment in Far North Queensland. This dedication, along with his extensive knowledge and skill, places Dr Evans among the leading urologists in the field.
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On Zable, you can search specifically for Urologists with availability after hours. Each Urologist controls their hours, so times may change according to their schedule.

How do I find a female Urologist?

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  • Price: Don't be left in the dark - see the cost of an initial consultation, procedure or surgery and out-of-pocket expenses.

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Absolutely, connect with one of our virtual GPs instantly and get a referral for a Urologist if the general practitioner deems it appropriate.

How do I find a Urologist who sees patients in the morning or evening?

Zable lets you search specifically for a Urologist with appointments available before or after hours. Just filter the results at the top of the booking page.

How can I find a Urologist who accepts my health insurance?

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What is a Urologist?

A urologist is a medical doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the urinary system and the male reproductive system. This type of doctor has completed specialised training in the field of urology. They are qualified to provide medical care for people with conditions such as urinary tract infections, kidney stones, and prostate cancer.

In addition to diagnosing and treating these conditions, a urologist may provide preventative care and advice to help their patients maintain good urinary and reproductive health.

Some of the specific tasks that a urologist performs include:

  • Performing physical examinations and ordering tests, such as urine tests and imaging studies, to diagnose urinary and reproductive conditions
  • Developing and implementing treatment plans for patients with urinary and reproductive conditions
  • Prescribing medication to manage symptoms and treat urinary and reproductive conditions
  • Advising patients on lifestyle changes that can help improve their urinary and reproductive health, such as changes to their diet and exercise habits
  • Referring patients to other medical specialists or surgeons if necessary
  • Surgical procedures to diagnose and treat conditions of the urinary and reproductive systems.

Overall, the primary role of a urologist is to provide expert care for patients with urinary and reproductive conditions and to help them maintain good urinary and reproductive health.

Common procedures performed by a Urologist

Urologists are trained to perform a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Some of the most common procedures performed by a urologist include:

  • Cystoscopy: This is a procedure in which a urologist uses a thin, flexible tube with a camera on the end (a cystoscope) to examine the inside of the bladder and urethra. A cystoscopy can diagnose conditions such as bladder cancer and urinary tract infections.

  • Ureteroscopy: This is a procedure in which a urologist uses a thin, flexible tube with a camera on the end (a ureteroscope) to examine the inside of the ureters and the renal pelvis (the part of the kidney where urine collects before it flows into the ureters). A ureteroscopy can diagnose conditions such as kidney stones and ureteral strictures (narrowing of the ureters).

  • Prostate biopsy: This is a procedure in which a urologist uses a thin needle to remove a small sample of tissue from the prostate gland for examination. A prostate biopsy can diagnose conditions such as prostate cancer and prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland).

  • Vasectomy: This is a surgical procedure in which a urologist cuts or blocks the vas deferens, the tubes that carry sperm from the testes to the urethra. A vasectomy is a permanent form of birth control for men.

  • Penile prosthesis surgery: This is a surgical procedure in which a urologist implants a penile prosthesis (an artificial device that is used to treat erectile dysfunction) into the penis. This can help restore the ability to achieve and maintain an erection.

These are just a few examples of the many procedures that a urologist may perform. Each patient's needs are different, and the specific procedures performed by a urologist will depend on the individual circumstances of each patient.

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