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Associates

Dr Dave Bowden

MBBCh (WITS), FCS Urol (SA)
Member of the South African Urological Association and European Association of Urology

Dr Bowden is trained as a General Urologist with a broad skill set but has a special interest in Uro-oncology and Reconstructive Urology.

He obtained his medical degree (MBBCh) from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1987. After a year as an anatomy lecturer at Natal University he spent 5 years in an Anglo American mine hospital as a medical officer in surgery (and urology).

Dr Anesh Naidoo

MBChB MMed (Stellenbosch) FC (Urology)
Fellow of the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa
Member of the Societe Internationale d’ Urologie/ World Endourological Society/ South African Urological Association/ South African Transplant Society

Dr Anesh Naidoo completed his undergraduate training at the University of Natal in 1994 and then served his internship at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town. His fields of interest includes laparoscopic surgery for the kidney and prostate, laparoscopic pelvic organ prolapse surgery, donor nephrectomy and renal transplantation.

Prof Johan Naudé

Professor Emeritus, Department of Urology, University of Cape Town.
Qualifications: Mb.ChB. Pretoria 1963,  FCS(Urol)SA 1973.

Trained in Anatomical Pathology, Surgery and Urology at Karl Bremer and  Groote Schuur Hospitals, registered as Urologist:  1973.

Elected to fellowship of the College of Surgeons of South Africa, in the specialty Urology in 1973: FCS(Urol)SA

Established renal transplantation at Tygerberg Hospital.

Dr Paul Whittaker

MBChB  MMed (Stellenbosch)  FC (Urology)
Fellow of the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa
Member of the South African Urological Association and the Societe Internasionale d’ Urologie

Dr Paul Whittaker completed his undergraduate training at the University of Cape Town Medical School in 1979 and served his internship at Victoria Hospital in Wynberg.

Renal transplantation and donor nephrectomy is one of his areas of expertise.

Percutaneous nephrolithomy, and oncological surgery for prostate, renal and bladder cancer are the other areas of special interest.

Prof. John Lazarus

MBChB (UCT), MA (London), MMed Urology (UCT), FC UROL. (SA)

Prof John Lazarus completed his urological training at the University of Cape Town.

Following qualification he was senior lecturer in stone disease / endourology at Groote Schuur Hospital and Paediatric Urology at Red Cross Children’s Hospital. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2012 and was appointed Head: Division of Urology in 2013. He recently completed a mini-fellowship in uro-oncology at St George’s University Hospital, London.

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