Mr Tony de Sousa is a Melbourne-trained Urologist specialising in minimally invasive treatments for kidney stones and prostate enlargement as well as laparoscopic and robotic cancer surgery. He provides the highest standard of individualised, patient-centred care, with open communication, a caring approach and attention to detail.
Tony grew up in Kilmore in regional Victoria. He graduated from Monash University medical school with honours and was awarded the Queen Victoria Medical Prize. In 2010 he worked as the Research Fellow with the Prostate and Breast Cancer Research Program at Monash University, receiving The Marshall Prize in surgical training from Monash University/Southern Health for his role in prostate cancer research. In 2013 he was awarded the prestigious prize for best research paper at the Urological Society’s Victorian State Meeting.
Tony completed an additional fellowship year with a focus on major oncologic surgery and complex stone disease, in addition to extensive training and experience in all areas of general urology.
Tony provides prompt appointments for new referrals. He consults and operates at various private hospitals and has has public appointments at Monash Health (Casey Hospital Berwick) where he runs a public haematuria clinic, as well as Peninsula Health (Frankston), efficiently coordinating care for both private and public patients.
Tony is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand.
His special interests include:
- Advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgery
- Minimally invasive urinary stone treatment
- Treatment of prostate enlargement/BPH (laser, surgical, Urolift)
- PSA evaluation and prostate cancer surgery
- Investigation of haematuria.
- MBBS (Hons) , FRACS (Urol)