Phil Dundee

Phil DundeeAustralian Prostate Cancer Research – Urological Surgeon

Phil is a urological surgeon with expertise in robotic and advanced laparoscopic urology and urologic cancers. He believes in individualised patient care, with a strong focus on the doctor-patient relationship. He takes the time to ensure that all patients are fully informed and are involved in the decision making process. Phil endeavours to deliver the kind of care that he would expect for his own family.

As well as his passion for surgery, Phil is committed to teaching the next generation of urologists and keeping up with advances in surgery and medicine. Phil is the Training, Accreditation and Education supervisor at the Western Hospital, regularly supervises on training workshops through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and teaches medical students, interns and resident doctors at the Epworth and Royal Melbourne Hospitals. He is a consultant urologist at the Epworth Prostate Centre and has been involved in establishing the robotic surgery program at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

As well as his passion for surgery, Phil is committed to teaching the next generation of urologists and keeping up with advances in surgery and medicine. Phil is the Training, Accreditation and Education supervisor at the Western Hospital, regularly supervises on training workshops through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and teaches medical students, interns and resident doctors at the Epworth and Royal Melbourne Hospitals. He is a consultant urologist at the Epworth Prostate Centre and has been involved in establishing the robotic surgery program at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Phil graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000 with degrees in Science and Medicine & Surgery. He undertook his surgical training in Melbourne, but has recently returned from the UK, where he spent a year training with one of the world’s most experienced laparoscopic surgeons. Phil was then appointed Consultant at the prestigious Guy’s and St Thomas’ in London, where he undertook training in robotic surgery. He is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand.