Kapil is a Melbourne-trained urologist with expertise in a wide variety of general and specialised urological care.
Education & Training
Kapil has a particular interest in robotic surgery and advanced laparoscopy, stone surgery and laser treatment of benign enlarged prostate.
Kapil undertook fellowship training at the Austin Hospital and overseas fellowships in Germany and the UK. In Hamburg, he was the first Australasian-trained fellow at the Martini Klinik, a world-famous centre performing the largest number of prostate cancer surgeries in the world (over 2500 per year). He also worked at the Asklepios Klinik, a renowned minimally invasive department, gaining experience in laser treatment of the enlarged prostate and keyhole kidney stone surgery. As a urologist, Kapil then did a further robotic fellowship at the highly regarded Stepping Hill Hospital in Manchester.
Kapil has volunteered as a doctor for asylum seekers with no other access to medical care in Melbourne. He was awarded the Villis Marshall prize for best scientific research by the Urological Society of ANZ, the Austin Prize in Surgery for research and he has also presented his work internationally. Kapil has authored a number of peer reviewed papers and is a reviewer for internationally recognised urology journals.
He is Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Melbourne over three hospital campuses and is actively involved in state cancer strategy advisory groups.