Waverley Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Waverley Private Hospital specialist Scott Pearce

Dr Scott Pearce

MBBS, FRANZCOG

A dedicated family man himself with three children, Scott will support, reassure and advise you throughout your care. He is highly regarded for his expertise and his approachable and caring nature.

Dr Pearce is a caring, approachable, reassuring and experienced Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.

He obtained his medical degree in 1993 from Monash University. After 2 years working at the Alfred Hospital Dr Pearce commenced specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology training at Monash Medical Centre in 1996, obtaining specialist qualifications (Fellow of RANZCOG) in February 2002.

In 2001 and 2002 Dr Pearce was the inaugural Advanced Gynaecological Surgical Fellow at Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne. This specialist 2 year full time post graduate course, one of the most highly regarded gynaecological surgical fellowships in Australia, covered full specialist training in laparoscopic, hysteroscopic, urogynaecological (prolapse and incontinence) and benign open gynaecological surgery.

Dr Pearce is one of the few gynaecologists in Australia to have completed a two year formal laparoscopic surgery fellowship, to learn the specialised skills needed to perform
laparoscopic surgery.

After commencing private specialist practice in 2003 Dr Pearce undertook fertility and IVF training at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, in conjunction with Melbourne IVF.

Dr Pearce has been on the organising committee of Australian and international conferences, operated live surgery at numerous conferences and has presented many
conference papers. He has published medical research and has co-authored a chapter in a hysteroscopic surgery textbook. Dr Pearce won the AGES travelling fellowship award in 2003 to further his laparoscopic surgical training in Berlin, Germany and Caen, France.

High and Low risk obstetrics; Twins; Advanced Laparascopic Surgery; Fertility/IVF; Neotonus Pelvic Floor Therapy; Endometriosis; Fibroids; Ovarian cysts; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS); Infertility Prolapse Abnormal PAP smears.