The Wesley Hospital is a Centre of Excellence for Prostate Cancer Care. The Wesley offers the most comprehensive urology service in Queensland especially for the treatment of prostate disease. Located on one campus, the Wesley Urologists, Medical Oncologists and Radiation Oncologists work together to provide evidence based treatment for prostate cancer.

In an Australian first, The Wesley Hospital is now offering a unique MRI technique for prostate cancer detection, shown in a world-first trial to significantly decrease the need for biopsies and increase the accuracy of the diagnosis of life-threatening prostate cancer. The trial was conducted by Senior Wesley Urologist Dr Les Thompson and Dr Rob Parkinson, from Wesley Medical Imaging. For more information on this new prostate screening option, please contact one of our Urologists.

Treatment options for prostate cancer patients include the latest in minimally invasive surgery (including robotically assisted prostate surgery) as well as high and low dose brachytherapy. In consultation with their Urologist, patients have access to the treatment option that is most appropriate for them. These services are further complimented by specialised nursing staff, including a Prostate Cancer Care Nurse, and a dedicated urology ward in the Wesley’s new East Wing.

The urology unit has extensive surgical and medical support to enable us to undertake a vast range of urological surgeries including: open, laparoscopic and robotically assisted radical prostatectomy, major kidney operations and operations on the prostate including ‘TURP’. Surgery for other urological concerns such as bladder disease and continence (female and male) is also performed. Renal stone management is also a focus for this unit. The technology to enable the Wesley to treat renal stones in a variety of ways is available.


Surgeons at The Wesley Hospital have performed over ​3500 procedures using the robotic device, the da Vinci Surgical System, to perform innovative minimally invasive prostate cancer surgery. Robotic surgery is a form of laparoscopic surgery and is performed through small abdominal incisions using a camera and other instruments (rather than making larger incisions as in open procedures).

The instruments are remotely manipulated robotically by the surgeon at a workstation within the operating theatre. There are many benefits to the patient from this type of surgery including less post operative pain, less blood loss, less scarring, shorter hospital stay, and faster return to normal activities.

Dr Peter Borzi Paediatric Surgery
07 3846 3915 reception@tmcpaediatrics.com.au
Dr Peter Campbell Urology
07 3367 1608 queries@campbellurology.com.au
Dr Charles Chabert Urology
07 5597 6293 contact@prostates.com.au
A/Prof Eric Chung Urology
07 3832 1168 androurology@gmail.com
Dr Geoffrey Coughlin Urology
07 3720 6920 reception@geoffcoughlin.com.au
Dr Nigel Dunglison Urology
07 3720 6930 secretary@nigeldunglison.net.au
Dr Rachel Esler Urology
07 3720 6940 dresler@wesleyurologyclinic.com.au
Dr Troy Gianduzzo Urology
07 3876 0212 reception@troygianduzzo.com.au
Dr Hans Goossen Urology
07 3847 8601
Dr Anthony Kiosoglous Urology
07 3720 6960 urology@dranthonykiosoglous.com.au
Dr Boon Kua Urology
07 3870 5000 info@urobriz.com.au
Dr Joseph Schoeman Urology
07 3371 7288 admin@urojo.com.au
Dr Peter Swindle Urology
07 3010 3333 appointments@qprostate.com
Dr Hee Soo Teng Urology
07 3812 4388
Dr John Yaxley Urology
07 3720 6950 dryaxley@wesleyurologyclinic.com.au