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