Introducing the team at The Pelvic Medicine Centre

Dr Philip Hall

Gynaecology & Reconstructive Surgery

Dr Philip Hall is a gynaecologist with 30 years of private and public specialist practice in prolapse and incontinence surgery. While embracing new techniques, Dr Hall has been at the forefront of specialised and innovative treatments across a wide range of conditions involving the pelvis. He uses Botox, neuromodulation and minimally invasive techniques under local anaesthetic and regional nerve blocks in the management of prolapse and urinary incontinence.

Dr Hall trained at Monash University and holds multiple Fellowships with various medical colleges and travels extensively throughout Australia teaching surgical skills to other Specialists and supervising their training in new techniques.

Dr Hall is a member of numerous international associations involved with the management of urinary incontinence and is currently a Director of the St Andrew’s Pelvic Medicine Centre.

Dr Caron Forde

Gynaecology

http://drcforde.com

Dr Caron Forde completed her undergraduate training at Flinders University in Adelaide. After completing the Australian postgraduate qualification for Obstetrics and Gynaecology – F.R.A.C.O.G, Dr Forde worked overseas for a few years – in Ireland and England.

Working in both private and public practice, Dr Forde also became involved in teaching. She has held a number of positions – Senior Lecturer Uni of Qld, Senior Consultant at Mater Hospital, Training supervisor and now is an examiner for Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetric and Gynaecology. Dr Forde was the Gynaecologist for the International Olympic and Paralympic Committees for the Winter Olympics in 2010.

Dr Forde currently holds the position of Director of Gynaecology at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital.

Associate Professor Eric Chung

Urology and Prosthesis Surgery

A/Professor Eric Chung is a consultant urological surgeon and a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He has undertaken formal fellowship training in Andrology (male urinary, sexual and reproductive medicine) as well as Urinary Reconstructive and Prosthesis surgery.

As an authority in Men’s Health and Pelvic Urinary Disorders, he brings an important expertise in diagnosing and managing complex urinary, sexual and pelvic dysfunctions especially post surgery and/or radiation. He offers comprehensive clinical consultation, investigations and treatment options for many men and women with various urological (including complex stone and urinary incontinence) and sexual disorders.

Dr Joseph Schoeman

Urology

Dr Jo Schoeman is a Urologist who obtained his FRACS Urology Fellowship from The Royal Australian College of Surgeons in 2008. He obtained his undergraduate  degree, MBChB at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, in 1993. He went on to complete his first Urology Fellowship (FCS), College of Urologists of South Africa, in 2003. As a Fellow in laparoscopic urology surgery in Melbourne, he gained valuable experience, setting the pace for his career in Australia. He relocated to Bundaberg providing a successful general urology practice as the only resident Urologist for 5 years.

Dr Schoeman enjoys being a general urologist, but has focussed his attention on Incontinence in both the male and female patients. Being part of the first Pelvic Medicine Centre in Queensland at St Andrew’s is a dream come true for Dr Schoeman. He is especially excited of being able to assist patients with Sacro-Neuro Modulation and Intravesical Botox for those that have failed conservative therapy and are desperate for better days.

Dr Damien Petersen

Colorectal Surgery

Dr Damien Petersen graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991. After registrar training he completed his fellowship in General Surgery in 2000.

Since then, Dr Petersen has undertaken the Australasian Colorectal Fellowship training program. This involved further training in colorectal surgery, especially colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, colonoscopy and anorectal conditions.

Dr Petersen has extensive experience in laparoscopic colorectal surgery, endoanal and endorectal ultrasound as well as anorectal physiology.

Dr Petersen is a member of FRACS, Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand and General Surgeons Australia.

He commenced practice at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital in 2004 and currently holds position as Director of General Surgery /Endoscopic Services and Gastroenterology.

Dr Peter Campbell

Urology

Dr Peter Campbell is a Urological Surgeon whose practice is based at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital in Brisbane. He has a wide range of experience in all aspects of urological surgery and his scope of practice includes female urology, men’s health and voiding dysfunction.

Dr Campbell is a medical graduate of The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He came to Australia in 1991 and trained in Urology in Brisbane. He completed his urology training with a fellowship in female urology and pelvic floor reconstruction. He has been one of the earliest advocates of biological materials in the management of these issues.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a Member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, The American Urological Association and The European Association of Urologists. Dr Campbell is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Surgery of The University of Queensland.

Dr Michael Gillman

Male Sexual Health

 www.menshealthdoctor.com.au

Dr Gillman has over 20 years of specific expertise in men’s health and male sexual dysfunction. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and is a registered  affiliate member of Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine (AChSHM) which has been established within the Adult Medicine Division of the Royal Australian College of Physicians.

Dr  Gillman is a member of various national advisory boards concerned with male health and is a current board member of the Qld branch of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. He has had articles and clinical trials published in Australian and International journals and has given presentations to both medical and community groups across Australia and internationally.

Dr Gillman is a lecturer with Family Planning Qld and also is involved in teaching GP registrars undergoing training for the fellowship examinations.

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