Dr Ahmadi obtained his medical degree from the University of New South Wales and his Masters of Surgery at the University of Sydney. Following completion of his urological surgical training in Australia, he completed an additional 2-year fellowship in ‘Urological Oncology and Advanced Robotic and Laparoscopic Urology’ at the Institute of Urology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Dr Ahmadi has trained along world renowned leader in Urology, Professor Inderbir Gill, and his colleagues and locally works alongside his Australian colleagues to develop minimally invasive techniques for complex procedures utilising the da Vinci system. With experience in over 1,500 robotic surgery cases, he is one of the leading robotic cancer surgeons of Australia. Dr Ahmadi is the coordinator of urological oncology cancer research at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. He offers his patients treatment in general urological conditions as well as urological cancer surgery.
Dr Ahmadi, consults in North Sydney, Newtown and Burwood and operates at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, The Mater Hospital, Sydney Adventist Hospital, St George Private Hospital and Strathfield Private Hospital.