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Dr Gregory Webb



Mediclinic Constantiaberg (consult & operate)

Driftwood Clinic (operate)

Dr Gregory Webb. Specialist urological surgeon in Cape Town, South Africa.

Dr Gregory Webb grew up in Kwazulu Natal and matriculated from Michaelhouse in 1979. He attended the University of Cape Town medical school achieving his MBChB in 1985. His postgraduate surgical training was done at Groote Schuur hospital and he completed his Fellowship in Urology in 1995.

He then pursued further postgraduate training in reconstructive surgery at the Institute of Urology in London, passing his Fellowship in Urology from the Royal Colleges of Surgeons in 1997.

He joined the private practice of Dr Borchers and partners in Cape Town in 1997. He currently practices predominantly out of Constantiaberg Mediclinic as a partner in Cape Urology.

His specific fields of interest include prostate and bladder cancer, urinary incontinence and urinary stone disease. 


His specific areas of surgical interest are the use of brachytherapy as minimally invasive surgery in the management of localized prostate cancer, as well as, the use of the Advance XP Sling and AMS 800 Sphincter in the management of post-prostatectomy incontinence. 

Dr Webb is currently a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and President of the South African Urological Association. 

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