Kapil Sethi is an Australian trained urological and robotic surgeon with expertise in minimally invasive surgical techniques for benign and malignant conditions of the kidney, prostate and bladder.
Mr Sethi obtained a postgraduate doctorate at the University of Melbourne in 2015 for his research in kidney cancer. After completing his urology training with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, he undertook a fellowship year in Melbourne at the Austin Hospital and overseas fellowships in Germany and the UK. In Hamburg, he was the first Australasian trained fellow at the Martini Klinik, a world-famous centre performing the largest number of prostate cancer surgeries in the world. He also worked at a renowned minimally invasive centre gaining experience in laser enucleation of the enlarged prostate and keyhole stone surgery. Kapil then did a further robotic fellowship at the highly regarded Stepping Hill Hospital in Manchester.
Kapil was awarded the Villis Marshall prize for best scientific research by the Urological Society of ANZ and the Austin Prize in Surgery for his research that he has also presented internationally. Kapil has authored a number of peer reviewed papers as well as serving as a reviewer for multiple journals.
Kapil is passionate about providing the world’s best care to patients locally in an individualised manner. He is readily available and his patients are central to the decision-making process in a fully informed and approachable environment.