Dr Marcus Carey is a urogynaecologist who treats women with pelvic floor disorders (e.g. incontinence, prolapse, recurrent UTI's). His main clinical interests and expertise include: conservative and surgical treatments for prolapse and incontinence (including mesh-free, native tissue surgery); fistula surgery; laparoscopic and robotic pelvic floor surgery; pelvic mesh removal surgery. Dr Carey's main research interests include development of new pessaries to treat prolapse and mesh-free prolapse surgery.

Epworth hospital locations


Epworth Freemasons Albert Street

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

Suite 5.2, Grey Street Building 124 Grey Street
East Melbourne VIC 3002

Special interests

  • Urogynaecology
  • Urodynamics
  • Conservative treatments for prolapse
  • Female urinary incontinence surgery
  • Prolapse surgery

Education and training

  • Training of O&G and Urogynecology trainees


  • Vaginal pessary biofilm
  • Native tissue prolapse surgery
  • New vaginal pessaries for prolapse


  • CU
  • MBBS

Professional Associations

  • AMA
  • UGSA
  • IUGA
  • AGES
  • ICS
All our obstetricians are specialists, supported by experienced midwives. Epworth also treats a wide spectrum of gynaecological conditions.
The Urology and Vascular Clinical Institute groups together surgical specialties in the areas of endocrinology, nephrology, urology and vascular surgery.