Dr Scott McClintock graduated from medicine at The University of Queensland in 1990. He completed his specialist training in Urology in Queensland in 2000. During his urological training he was awarded the prestigious Keith Kirkland award by The Urological Society of Australasia and the Neville Davis prize by The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Following this, he travelled to The United Kingdom to complete a subspecialty Fellowship in Urological Oncology and Complex Urological Stone Disease at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals in London. In 2002, Dr McClintock returned to Australia to commence private practice on the Gold Coast.
Dr McClintock works privately at the Gold Coast Private Hospital and Pindara Private Hospital. He is the Director of Urology at The Gold Coast Hospital where he works as a Visiting Medical Officer. He has been appointed to The Information, Communication and Technology Governance Board at The Gold Coast Hospital.
Dr McClintock is the Chairman of the Clinical Review Committee at the Gold Coast Private Hospital. He is also a member of The Medical Advisory Committee and Accreditation Committee at the Gold Coast Private Hospital. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and the Gold Coast Representative on the Queensland Training and Education Committee for The Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand. He has been a member of the Australian Medical Association since 1990.
He regularly lectures for The Queensland Cancer Council and delivers lectures for medical students, Gold Coast General Practitioners and community groups.
Dr McClintock privately runs an Adult Urological practice. His special interests include Prostate cancer, other Urological Cancers including renal, bladder and testicular cancer, lower urinary tract symptoms and Urological Stone Disease.