Dr Norbert Doeuk



MB BS, MS (Urology), FRACS (Urology)

Areas of Interests

Robotic, Laparoscopic and Open surgery, Uro-oncology, Prostate Enlargement and Voiding difficulties, Renal Stones, and General Urology




Chris O'Brien LifeHouse
119-143 Missenden Road, Camperdown, NSW 2050


02 8514 0888


02 9475 0801




Dr Norbert Doeuk is an Australian board-certified specialist urological surgeon with extensive experience in the field of advanced minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of cancer and other general urological conditions. He graduated from the University of Queensland, and also completed a Masters of Surgery (Urology) at the University of Sydney.

He is a Visiting Medical Specialist (VMO) at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Mater Hospital Sydney, St George Private Hospital, and Hurstville Private Hospital. He also holds a public hospital appointment in the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District and provides an outreach service to the Central West.

Dr Doeuk is one of very few urologists in Sydney with a full, dedicated, overseas Robotic Uro-oncology Fellowship. He was awarded a travel grant and was selected to undertake extensive training at the prestigious Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, the highest volume robotic centre in the UK and the first and only Robotic Surgery Institute in the UK formally recognised by the Vattikuti Foundation. He has been involved in over 700 robotic cases so far, the majority being prostate operations, but also including bladder and kidney surgery.

Dr Doeuk was invited to perform prostate cancer surgery broadcasted live around the globe at the World Robotic Surgical Event 2015 and is now closely involved in the education and training of new robotic surgeons at a national level.

Dr Doeuk prides himself in providing a complete, compassionate urology service to his patients with the best possible functional and oncological outcomes using evidence-based approaches and the latest cutting-edge technology. This, along with his cultural awareness, sees him well-liked by
patients of all ages and backgrounds.

Dr Doeuk is a full Member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Medical Association and the European Association of Urology. Dr Doeuk has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals, has written a book chapter on robotic surgery and small renal masses and has presented multiple times internationally. He has received the John Loewenthal Medal for his research on kidney cancer and is also regularly invited to peer-review other publications for the British Journal of Urology International.