Urology North is situated at the Calvary Healthcare St Vincent’s Campus in Frederick Street, Launceston, Tasmania. Our office hours are 9-5 Monday to Thursday and 9-4 on Fridays.
The rooms will be closed for lunch for one hour between midday and 2 o’clock depending on consulting sessions.
Car parking on-site is limited and largely out of our control. We have only one designated park for patients in the car park at the back of the hospital but there is a drop-off area immediately outside our front door.
There is ample parking on George and Frederick Streets. Care Parks are available within a few minutes’ walk of St Vincent’s, the closest one is in Elizabeth Street.
Mr Brough was born in Surrey, England and educated at Dulwich College in London. He graduated from the University of Birmingham Medical School in 1983 and subsequently performed research in transplantation immunology at the same institution, for which he was awarded a Masters in Science. He trained in General Surgery in Leicester and Sheffield before becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1989.
Mr Brough has extensive experience in most areas of Urology but he has subspecialty interests in Laser Surgery of the prostate and kidney stones, and in urinary incontinence and reconstruction. He holds Fellowships in Urology from the UK and Australia as well as a Completion of Specialist Training Certificate in Urology from the European Union. He is a full member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ).
Mr Brough is a Urology Registrar Trainer at the Launceston General Hospital (LGH) and a past Head of the Urology Unit. He is the Chairman of the LGH Department of Surgery’s Morbidity and Mortality Audit. Mr Brough is a committee member of the Tasmanian Audit of Surgical Mortality (TASM) and the current Tasmanian Representative on the Board of USANZ.