Dr Jada Kapoor is an Australian-trained urological surgeon who specialises in the management of genitourinary cancers, voiding dysfunction (including benign prostatic enlargement and incontinence), and kidney stones.
Dr Kapoor attained her undergraduate medical degree at The University of Melbourne, and was the highest achieving candidate in Urology during her postgraduate diploma of surgical anatomy. She undertook advanced training in all disciplines of Urology across Queensland and Victoria, completing her fellowship with a focus on complex urologic oncology and robotic surgery through St Vincent’s Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Kapoor holds public appointments at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and Austin Hospital, where she is active in the training of Urology registrars. She is also an Examiner at the Melbourne Medical School, where she is involved in teaching medical students. Her research interests include prostate and kidney cancer. She has published in peer-reviewed journals, written a book chapter, and presented her work at several scientific meetings in these fields.
Dr Kapoor strives to provide evidence-based and patient-centred care, with an emphasis on preserving and improving quality of life. She offers minimally invasive surgery, as well as office-based procedures, to minimise recovery time and make frequently repeated procedures, such as intravesical Botulin Toxin (Botox), more convenient for patients.