Nick Redgrave completed his basic medical and surgical training in Melbourne in 1985 and was awarded the TF Ryan Medal in Clinical Medicine, and later completed a Master of Surgery after a year of performing microsurgery and writing a thesis regarding kidney transplantation. He completed Urological surgery training in 1993 and received the Keith Kirkland prize in Urology. He then undertook a fellowship at the Institute of Urology in London, receiving advanced training in Reconstructive Urology and Andrology before returning to Melbourne to commence Practice at Bayside Urology and to join Monash Medical Centre as a consultant urologist in 1995.
Mr Redgrave is a senior urologist at Monash Medical Centre and a specialist in reconstructive and cancer surgery.
He is a member of the Urology Society of Australasia, the American Urological Association and the AMA and has been on the Medical Advisory Board at Como Hospital for over a decade. Mr Redgrave was on the Victorian Urological Training, Accreditation and Education Committee for six years, and still has an active involvement in urological training.
Mr Redgrave has extensive experience and expertise in the management of urological cancers, especially prostate cancer surgery. He also has wide experience in microsurgical vasectomy reversals and local anaesthetic vasectomies.
Mr Redgrave calls patients personally with test results as they come to hand, as new information often results in new queries and concerns, best answered and allayed immediately.