Dr Avi Raman is a Consultant Urological and Transplant Surgeon specialising in all aspects of urology and renal transplantation. He operates in the public and private hospital systems in both Newcastle and the Hunter Valley Region.

Dr Raman has undertaken extensive training in Australia and the UK to provide his patients with world class care and expertise. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic uro-oncology, benign urological conditions and stone disease as well as renal transplantation.

Originally from the UK, Dr Raman completed his medical degree in 2004 at the University of New South Wales and subsequently completed a Masters in Public Health. On completing general surgical training he went on to complete advanced Urological training in New South Wales. Following this, he was admitted to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons with full accreditation as a Urologist.

Dr Raman recently completed a highly acclaimed Fellowship at one of the largest Renal Surgery units in the world – the Royal Free Hospital in London. He then went on to work as a Renal Surgery Consultant at the hospital, specialising in minimally invasive robotic Renal Surgery and working alongside several world-renowned urological surgeons.

A global teleconference specialist urologist for Medecins Sans Frontieres, a reviewer for the Journal of Clinical Urology and also on the editorial board of The Journal of Cancer Surgery, Dr Raman’s work has been published extensively in national and international medical and surgical journals.

Dr Raman has recently been appointed Conjoint Lecturer at the prestigious University of Newcastle and is passionate about teaching and training the next generation of doctors and urologists.

Dr Raman’s comprehensive and world class training ensure that he has the skill set and experience to provide the best of care to his patients.

He is committed to providing the highest levels of care, patient satisfaction and affordability for the diagnosis and treatment of patients who require urological and renal transplant surgery.

Society Memberships

  • Urological Society of Australian and New Zealand
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand
  • General Medical Council UK
  • European Association of Urology
  • University of Newcastle.