Melon, Jerome

Dr Jerome Melon

Urogynaecologist and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgeon; Urogynaecologist, Gold Coast University Hospital and The Queensland Pelvic Mesh Service; Consultant, Pindara Private Hospital, Greenslopes Private Hospital (Brisbane)
Dr Jerome Melon is a subspecialist Urogynaecologist (CU) and reconstructive pelvic surgeon, as well as a specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (FRANZCOG).

Jerome has been practicing since 2007 and obtained his specialist qualification from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in early 2018 after undertaking subspecialist fellowship training in Urogynaecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS). He has been treating pelvic floor conditions for over 10 years. Throughout his career, he has worked and trained around Australia, Hong Kong and Canada as well as most recently volunteering in Senegal, West Africa.

Jerome has a public appointment as a Urogynaecologist at Gold Coast University Hospital and The Queensland Pelvic Mesh Service, as well as consulting privately at Pindara Private Hospital (Gold Coast), and Greenslopes Private Hospital (Brisbane).

Jerome values every patient experience and strongly believes in informed consent and shared decision making. Jerome strives to create an environment where patients are comfortable to make their best individual choices. He is a highly trained subspecialist surgeon who having worked in internationally renowned institutions, can offer all forms of abdominal, vaginal and minimally invasive surgeries to treat pelvic floor dysfunction. Jerome has authored several research papers in this field and is a reviewer for the International Urogynecological Journal. He is also heavily involved and passionate about the teaching of subspecialist trainees, sitting on the Board of Examiners for the Certification in Urogynaecology (CU) subspecialist examinations.

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