North Eastern Urology will remain OPEN with usual operating hours. Our priority is to keep our patients, staff and families safe and healthy. We are following all guidelines issued by the Australian Department of Health. If any of the following apply we ask you see your GP...

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer affecting men. Approximately 20,000 men will be diagnosed with the cancer annually and over 3000 men will die of it each year. Patients who have more than 3 first degree relatives with Prostate Cancer may have hereditary Prostate Cancer....

Who is a Urologist? A Urologist specialises in the medical and surgical treatment of problems in men and women with the bladder, urinary tract, adrenal glands and kidneys. In males only, the reproductive system. Why would you need to see a Urologist? If you need to urinate...

There is no single test to detect Prostate Cancer. Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) is a protein produced only by cells in the prostate. PSA is prostate-specific and not cancer-specific and therefore can indicate a ‘problem’ in the prostate. A high PSA reading does not always mean cancer but...

Medicare Rebates are now available for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the prostate for the diagnosis of prostate cancer and active surveillance patients. Your Urologist is eligible to request MRI Prostate studies. Medicare rebates are only available for scans of patients with specified indications* confirmed...

North Eastern Urology is the first Urology practice in Victoria and one of only a few in Australia to achieve accreditation against the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards....

North Eastern Urology is a group practice that has the advantage of having a Urologist able to assist patients in urgent need every day at one of our locations, together with an on-call service. The practice provides additional care and management of urological issues for patients...

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