We are very pleased to provide advice regarding PSA assessment, prostate biopsy and assessment of male urinary symptoms. Assessment and treatment of male and female urinary incontinence as well as prosthetic surgery. Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal as well as most Urological day surgery procedures can be offered through the co-located Tennyson Day surgery unit.
We are proud to work in a collaborative way with each other. We also work closely with our colleagues at the Adelaide Cancer Centre and Adelaide Radiotherapy Centre with regular meetings to provide a multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment.
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Dr Kim Pese studied Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Adelaide, graduating in 1990. He continued his training in South Australia until 1996. This culminated in 2000 at the University Hospital of Wales, first as a Registrar and then as Consultant Surgeon.
His interests include urogenital malignancy and urinary tract reconstruction and complex urolithiasis & erectile dysfunction. He was also involved in setting up Brachytherapy in Adelaide, used for treatment of prostatic adenocarcinoma.
He currently provides consulting services to Clare, Wallaroo & Yorketown, alongside his Adelaide appointments at Southern Adelaide Local Health Network, Ashford Hospital and his private rooms. He has also been a member of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons since 2001.
Dr Kym Horsell studied medicine at the University of Adelaide and completed his urological surgery training in Sydney and Adelaide. He then travelled to Bristol for a fellowship under Professor Paul Abrams gaining further experience in complex pelvic surgery and the treatment of male and female incontinence.
His interests also include the management of early and advanced prostate cancer, bladder cancer and the treatment of urinary tract stone disease. He is able to offer laser stone and prostate surgery, laparoscopic surgery and robotically assisted surgery.
He currently provides consulting services to Darwin alongside his Adelaide appointments at Southern Adelaide Local Health Network, Ashford Hospital and his private rooms.
He has an interest in male health issues, in particular men in remote and regional areas. He visits Darwin regularly.
He has been involved with urological surgery training and has previously served on the Board of Training and Education. He is currently involved with the SA PCCOC (Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaboration), serving on the Steering Committee. He serves on the Medical Advisory Committee of Ashford Private Hospital and the Tennyson Day Hospital, as well as on the MIGA Medical Advisory Panel.
Henry Duncan graduated from Flinders University, Adelaide in 1981 and completed his postgraduate MD at University of Adelaide in 1985. He obtained a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Urology, FRACS (urology), in 1991.
Henry spent 23 years in regional NSW before relocating to the Northern Territory.
Henry’s particular urological interests include stone disease, urological cancers and benign prostate conditions.
Henry is a member of the
- Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)
- Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ)
- European Association of Urology (EAU).
- Australian Medical Association (AMA)
Current professional responsibilities include
- Examiner in Urology for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons