Dr Evelyn Moshokoa
Dr Evelyn Mmapula Moshokoa obtained her MBChB, and Master in Medicine in Urology from the Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA) and FC UROL (SA) at the College of Medicine of South Africa. Certified as an independent medical examiner.
Dr Moshokoa is the founder and director of Dr E M Moshokoa Inc. and Pelvicworx. She has special interest in pelvic health and sees patients referred from local, South Africa and International referred patients seeking her expertise. As a female Urologist, there are patients who seek and prefer to be seen by a female and there are few in this country. In Midstream and surrounding, patients with urinary incontinence from the step down facilities, from Rehabilitation and the elderly form the most part of consultations. Midstream private hospital attends to both male, female patients with urological problems. Has urodynamic study unit to clarify urological storage and voiding dysfunction. This is a unique service on its own in the Centurion area. Working with an experienced professional nurse with special interest in Urology allows clear and structured training for the patients who need Urotherapy. The procedures include gender reaffirmation surgery, Oncology, Endo-urology, Urogynaecology and paediatric cases. She has registered for PhD in urology and also teaches and supervises Master of Medicine students on practical surgical skills and Research.
She was a Chief Specialist, at the University of Pretoria’s main teaching hospital for 10 years (2009-2019), the Steve Biko Academic Hospital. She had to oversee the overall service delivery and the management of academic programme.
Medical and Academic Career
Dr Moshokoa is involved in community outreach programmes and health awareness advising communities and about health in Urology. She gives lectures to final year medical students and post graduate registrar. Dr Moshokoa has been a Urologist for 14 years and has been a visiting clinical teacher at Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA) for years beginning from 2006. She has published articles in local journals and co- authored in international journals like the Transplant Proceedings Journal and the South African Urology and Gynaecology Review. She has hosted workshops on live surgery and continues to chair and do presentations at national and international conferences. She is a member of the following bodies:
- International society of reconstructive urology
- South African College of Urologists
- Pan African Urological society- PAUSA
- African sexual society of Medicine- ASSM
- Prostate cancer Foundation -PCF ( Executive member)
- International society of Urology- SIU( Presented 3 times)
- World association of laparoscopic surgeons – WALS
When not on duty Dr Moshokoa enjoys spending time with family, reading books and Hiking or walking her 3 dogs.
Dr Moshokoa believes that her patients should get involved in their own treatment and care choices.
She provides compassionate care and believes in the motto: “Keep calm and let your body heal”.