A/Prof George Hruby


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  • Cancer

Areas of Interest

  • Urological
  • Prostate
  • Gastrointestinal

St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney, NSW

Level A, 438 Victoria Street
St Vincent’s Clinic
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

T: (02) 8302 5400


Associate Professor George Hruby is a radiation oncologist, with a special clinical interest in urological, prostate and gastrointestinal cancer.

Following a fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPA) in 1999, George was awarded a clinical fellowship to the University of Toronto, spending 13 months at a high volume academic centre focused on genito-urinary cancers.
A/Prof Hruby then commenced as a staff specialist in radiation oncology at the RPA Hospital (now Lifehouse) in 2000, specialising in genito-urinary, and gastro-intestinal malignancies as well as melanoma and merkel cell carcinoma. Whilst at RPA, George was instrumental in leading the introduction of more sophisticated techniques for the treatment of prostate cancer such as image guided radiation treatment (IGRT) in 2007, intensity modulated radiation treatment (IMRT) for anal cancer in 2009 and for prostate cancer in 2010.
A/Prof Hruby has mentored and taught radiation oncology registrars as well as medical students via the University of Sydney medical school. He is often called upon to speak at conferences, prostate cancer forums and scientific meetings and has co-authored over 75 peer reviewed publications.

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