Urological Specialists

West Coast Urology 68



Dr. McLeod completed her medical training at the University of Adelaide in the year 2005 and then went on to complete Urological training in 2013. Dr. Kathryn McLeod is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand. Throughout 2014, Dr. McLeod spent 12 months completing further training under the supervision of Professor Helen O'Connell at Melbourne Private Hospital, gaining experience in voiding dysfunction, female urology and neurourology.

Dr. McLeod is a consultant Urological Surgeon at the Geelong University Hospital. Her private practice is based in Geelong at the St John of God Specialist Centre. She also provides a monthly consulting session at Colac Hospital.

She operates at: University Hospital Geelong, St John of God Hospital Geelong and Colac Hospital.

Dr. McLeod treats patients with general urological issues  including voiding dysfunction, urinary tract stones, prostate problems, lower tract oncology and female urology. Dr. McLeod is interested in treating both male and female bladder problems, and can provide an array of different treatment options. 

Special Interests


  • Renal tract calculi
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Voiding dysfunction
  • Neurogenic bladders
  • Overactive Bladder treatments (including Botox and Sacral Neuromodulation)
  • Stress Urinary Incontinence


Additional Professional Activities 


Dr. McLeod is currently completing her Masters in Surgical Education at the University of Melbourne, and is the current SET trainee supervisor for urological trainees at Geelong University Hospital. Kathryn has an appointment as a Senior lecturer at Deakin University Medical School.

Kathryn has her Masters in Surgical Education and is completing her PhD in this field through the University of Melbourne.

She is very interested in training of surgical trainees and the Supervisor of Prevocational Surgical Training at Geelong Hospital.

In 2022, she is the incoming Chair of Regional Training in Victoria and Tasmania for the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand. 

Dr. McLeod also has a history with the Australian Defence Force. She is currently in the Standby Reserves as a Medical Officer and has obtained the rank of Captain. She previously has been fully qualified as a Operator Specialist Communciations.