Dr. Chi Can Huynh

Dr Chi Can Huynh graduated from Sydney University in 1999 and immediately streamed onto Bascia Surgical Training in 2000. During his senior years in medical school he completed a surgical research term with Tom DeMeester M.D. of the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. He was accepted into the Advanced General Surgery training scheme in 2003 and then onto the Advanced Urology Training Program in 2005 where he trained at various institutions including Port Macquarie, Westmead and St Vincents Hospitals. He was the inaugural robotic fellow when St Vincent Prostate Cancer Centre started their robotic prostate program in 2008. Following this, he then spent 18 months in Manchester, UK completing a Laparoscopic Prostate Fellowship.

Dr Huynh currently holds teaching hospital positions in the Greater Southern Area Health Service and is undertaking a part time fellowship in erectile restorative surgery. In addition to this, he has interests in robotic prostate surgery and was the first in Australia to perform a robotic-assisted nephro-ureterectomy. He also holds teaching positions with the Rural Medical School of the Australian National University and the Australian School of Advanced Medicine.