Dr Martin Elmes - Robotic, Laparoscopic & Kidney Stone Urological Surgeon


  • MBBS - The University of Melbourne
  • BMed Sci - The University of Melbourne
  • FRACS  - Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons - Sydney
  • USANZ - Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand alumni


After completing his Bachelor of medicine and Bachelor of surgery having attained Dean’s honours and Dux of physiology & Biochemistry, Dr Elmes completed his general surgical training at the Alfred, Austin and Western hospitals in Melbourne.

His urology interests began in 2001 with residency and assisting surgically at a multitude of operations.  He furthered his urological training with extensive research investigating Prostate Cancer immunology and presenting multiple clinical papers at state and international levels.

He was awarded the prestigous Ronald John Gleghorn Scholarship from The University Of Melbourne 2006 and then awarded the inaugural Rodney Syme Scholarship from the Department Urology Austin Health 2007.

Martin completed his advanced urological surgery training in Sydney, NSW having passed his fellowship exams with distinction.


After attaining his FRACS (Syd.) Dr Elmes spent a further year refining sub speciality techniques.  He was invited to complete a complex stone surgical fellowship under the tutelage of Australia's leading stone endourologist Dr Raymond Ko. In addition he spent time with world experts in open and minimally invasive cancer surgery. He was the first ever fellow to use the Da Vinci Si robot in the state-of-the-art theatres at Nepean hospital - the largest Urological training hospital in NSW.

He has subspecialised in kidney cancer & kidney stone surgery.

He also specialises in male voiding dysfunction, offering UROLIFT, Laser prostatectomy as well as gyrus TURP.

It is in these fields as well as erectile dysfunction and prosthesis surgery that his interests lie.


Dr Elmes has spent over 15 years teaching and training today’s medical students, junior doctors and surgeons.

He was an honorary lecturer and tutor at the Austin hospital clinical school and the University of Melbourne.  He continues to teach our senior urological trainee at the Tweed and John Flynn hospitals. 

He lectures and conducts seminars for Bond and Griffith University students and is actively involved in their PhD research programs. He is also is an invited guest speaker at the prostate cancer foundation support group on the Gold Coast.


Rooms located at:

Suite 11, Lvl 2, Pindara Pl, 13 Carrara St, Benowa 4217

Suite 8, Gr Floor, HQ building, 58 riverwalk ave, Robina QLD 4226