Dr Stephen Strahan is a new urologist to the North Coast region. He has a Visiting Medical Officer Appointment at the Lismore Base Hospital and is accredited with St Vincent’s Private Hospital Lismore and Ballina Day Surgery so is available to offer care to both private and public patients.
Stephen was raised in regional Queensland and completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland. He then headed south to NSW for his Australian Urology training. After spending time in Newcastle, Canberra and many leading Sydney Hospitals, he was awarded his fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2017. Stephen has recently returned from Canada where he completed a subspecialty fellowship in Reconstruction & Functional Urology.
He brings with him his wife and four young children. They are keen to make a home on the North Coast. Stephen hopes to contribute towards the great urological care that is provided on the North Coast. He aims to be accessible to both patients and care providers whilst delivering open, honest and high quality care.
Interests and specialty services provided include:
• Voiding dysfunction (BPH, incontinence, strictures) including urodynamic studies
• Cancer (Kidney, bladder, prostate, testis)
• Stones (Kidney, bladder)
Stephen is also happy to see all general urological problems on patients over the age of twelve years and will perform circumcisions on patients over the age of fourteen years.
North Coast Surgical Suite at St Vincent’s Hospital Lismore are helping Dr Strahan to get started in the area, and he is currently able to see patients at our rooms at St Vincent's Specialist Medical Centre in Lismore, at Ballina Specialist Medical Centre, 85 Tamar St Ballina and at 1 Wharf St Maclean. Dr Strahan is also able to operate at Grafton Base Hospital on an occasional basis.