Dr Lih Ming Wong

MBBS

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Languages: English, Mandarin

Specialities

  • Urology

Areas of Interest

  • Uro-oncology
  • Robot-assisted surgery
  • Prostate issues
  • Cystectomy

St Vincent’s Private Hospital East Melbourne, VIC

St Vincent’s Private Hospital Fitzroy, VIC

Melbourne Urology Group
Suite 2, 141 Grey Street
East Melbourne VIC 3002

T: (03) 9419 5290

F: (03) 9416 3034

E: secretary.ming@melbourneurologygroup.com.au

Manningham Medical Centre
Suite 503, Level 5
200 High Street
Templestowe VIC 3106

T: (03) 9419 5290

F: (03) 9416 3034

E: secretary.ming@melbourneurologygroup.com.au

Lilydale Private Consultancy Suites
475 Swansea Road
Lilydale VIC 3140

T: (03) 9419 5290

F: (03) 9416 3034

E: secretary.ming@melbourneurologygroup.com.au

Shepparton Urology Group
32 Wyndham Street
Shepparton VIC 3630

T: (03) 9419 5290

F: (03) 9416 3034

E: secretary.ming@melbourneurologygroup.com.au

Biography

Mr Lih-Ming is a urologist consulting at St Vincent’s Private Hospital, East Melbourne and Fitzroy campuses. He conducts honest and open dialogue to ensure people fully understand the options available to them and the reasons for his recommended approach to achieve optimal results.

Mr Wong has a sub-specialty interest and extensive training in cancers of the urinary tract (uro-oncology). He also manages lower urinary tract symptoms and urinary tract stones. For men with benign prostate enlargement (BPH) he employs the UroLift®procedure and GreenLight™ laser prostate vaporisation.

Ming graduated from the University of Melbourne and completed his urology training in Victoria in 2009. He received international training in uro-oncology in the UK and Canada, spending a year in Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge, and two years at Princess Margaret Hospital Toronto, where he gained experience in robot-assisted surgery, cystectomy, retroperitoneal lymph node dissection and the management of people with complex urological cancers.

Ming is a senior clinical lecturer in the Department of Surgery at St Vincent’s where he supervises postgraduate students and is involved in undergraduate teaching and mentoring. He has presented papers at international conferences and has published many peer reviewed articles.