Dr Adam Pearce BM, FRACS (Urol)
Located on The Wesley Hospital Campus
Dr Adam Pearce is an Australian trained Urological Surgeon operating at The Wesley Hospital, Brisbane. He is available to consult on a broad range of adult urological conditions at Wesley Urology Clinic, including urological cancers, kidney stones, and diseases of the prostate.
Dr Pearce was admitted to FRACS as a Urologist in 2017, after completing training in Queensland and New South Wales. Subsequently, Dr Pearce was
awarded an Australasian Urological Foundation grant to undertake subspecialty training as a Senior Fellow in London; firstly at the Renal Surgery and Transplant Unit at the Royal Free Hospital, and later at the Urology Unit at the world-renowned Royal Marsden Hospital. RMH is a Centre of Excellence in cancer care and world-leader for pioneering research and novel technologies. It is also the UK’s largest centre for major retro-peritoneal surgery for advanced kidney and testicular cancers and embraces the use of minimally invasive surgery and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery.
On return to Brisbane, Dr Pearce took up a Staff Specialist position at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital where he was appointed Acting Director of Urology in January 2020. In addition to his clinical and leadership responsibilities, he supervises registrars on the Surgical Education and Training program as well as junior doctors. He is also a University of Queensland lecturer.
Dr Pearce has Specialist Registration with AHPRA, is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Urol) and a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Adam Pearce is a talented surgeon whose genuine care for his patients guides his approach to medicine.