Peter Gilling

Peter Gilling is ranked number six in the world by Expertscape for his research and treatment of Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH), a common condition affecting the majority of men aged over 60.

Peter, and colleague Mark Fraundorfer, have been extensively involved in international urology research and have developed surgical techniques now widely used throughout the world. Peter was a pioneer of laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery in New Zealand and believes strongly in the minimally invasive philosophy of Virtuoso and the multi-disciplinary solution offered by him and colleagues at the top of their game.

Peter is a leading specialist in the treatment of many urological conditions including not only BPH and Prostate Cancer but also cancer of the kidney and bladder plus male and female incontinence. He is renowned for his state-of-the-art robotic surgery, as well as laser, laparoscopic and cryotherapy surgical techniques.

He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Auckland and Head of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board’s Clinical School. He has received numerous post graduate awards and fellowships; been involved in many educational and clinical appointments; and held a host of positions on advisory panels and committees.

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