What does a Urologist do?
Urologists are surgeons who treat men, women and children with problems involving the kidney, bladder, prostate and male reproductive organs. These conditions include cancer, stones, infection, incontinence, sexual dysfunction and pelvic floor problems.
What do I need to bring to my first appointment
- Referring Doctor’s Letter
- Health Care Card
- Medicare Card
- Pension Card
- Private Health Fund Card
- A list of medications
- Pathology Results
- On arrival please report to the reception desk
What should I expect at my first visit?
Your Urologist will review the information provided by your referring doctor, document your medical history and you may have a physical examination. They may decide to order further diagnostic tests before making any treatment recommendations.
Taxi & public transport
South Terrace Urology has a direct link with a taxi service providing an efficient service. Trans Adelaide buses stop within walking distance of the practice near the corner of Hutt Street and South Terrace.
The closest stops are Stop 03 (on Hutt Street, just before South Terrace travelling from the Southern suburbs into the city) and Stop K1 (on Hutt Street, just before South Terrace travelling from the City toward the Southern Suburbs). Contact Metro Adelaide or call 1300 311 108 for timetable info.
There is usually council car parking available on South Terrace. A set down/pickup area is available in the front car park entrance. It would be appreciated if patients and their carers park on South Terrace leaving the front park for disabled and ambulance access.
For any other questions
Please ask any of our experienced office staff about your hospital or day surgery procedure bookings or any account enquiries.
Our nursing staff will be happy to speak to you about any problems or queries relating to your day surgery procedure or operation performed within the practice.
If anaesthesia is required, local anaesthesia will be used enabling you to go home immediately following your procedure.