Dr Robert Davies
Dr Robert Davies graduated in medicine from the University of Western Australia. He undertook postgraduate training in Urological Surgery in Perth, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
He is a past chairman of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons WA Branch and he is currently an examiner in Urology for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is a board member of the West Australian Urological Research Organisation and held a previous appointment as sessional Urological Surgeon at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital between 2000 and 2015.
He has special interests in no-scalpel vasectomy (local or general anaesthetic), microsurgical vasectomy reversal, uro-oncology, laser treatment of stone disease, surgical education and rural surgery.
Dr Justin Vivian
Dr Justin Vivian undertook undergraduate medical training at the University of Western Australia and postgraduate Urological Surgical training at Royal Perth Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Austin Repatriation Hospital (Melbourne), and Princess Alexander Hospital (Brisbane).
He has special interests in laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic urological surgery, urological cancer surgery, stone surgery and vasectomy reversal.
He performed the first laparoscopic nephrectomy in WA with Dr Peter Wilsher at Royal Perth Hospital in 2000 and he performed the first laparoscopic renal donor operation in Western Australia with Professor Mohan Rao in 2001. In 2004 he pioneered laparoscopic radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer in WA. In 2007 he trained on the da Vinci Robotic Assisted Surgical System in Sunnyvale, USA and he performed the first Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy in WA in December 2007 with Dr Richard Pemberton.
Dr Richard Pemberton
Dr Richard Pemberton has an undergraduate medical degree from the University of Western Australia. He undertook postgraduate training in Urological Surgery in Perth Western Australia and a Fellowship in Laparoscopic Urological Surgery and Endourology in Edinburgh, UK.
He is accredited at St John of God Hospital Subiaco and Hollywood Private Hospital.
He has a special interest in da Vinci robotic surgery.
Dr Peter England
Dr Peter England has an undergraduate Medical Degree from the University of Western Australia. He undertook post graduate training in Urological Surgery in Perth, Western Australia and extensive post fellowship training in Rotterdam, Holland particularly in the areas of management of carcinoma of the prostate, microsurgical techniques for vasectomy reversal and use of different energies in the treatment of urologic stone disease. He undertook further post fellowship training in Nottingham, England with emphasis on high volume endoscopic urology and operative management of invasive bladder carcinoma.
He is Head of the Urology Department, Head of the Urological Surgical Audit Committee and Urological Representative on the Medical Advisory Committee at St John of God Hospital, Subiaco.
He holds the position of Senior Lecturer in Urology at Notre Dame University Medical School.
His special Interests are in uro-oncology, no scalpel vasectomy and microsurgical vasectomy reversal, minimally invasive treatment of urinary tract stones with Holmium laser and other energies, and endoscopic urology (especially bladder carcinoma and prostatic outflow obstruction).