Dr Danielle Delaney - Bio

Dr Danielle Delaney

Danielle is a fully accredited Urologist having completed her medical training at the University of Sydney and the Northern Clinical School (Royal North Shore Hospital). Danielle developed a passion for Paediatric Urology and spent several years in Paediatric and General surgery training throughout metropolitan and rural NSW prior to commencing her formal Urology training in Victoria. Once completing General Urology training in Melbourne in 2006, she returned to Sydney in 2007 completing a Fellowship in Paediatric Urology at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. After completing a Fellowship in Paediatric Urology, Danielle spent some time working in Shanghai, China in Paediatric Urology. Once returning to Sydney in 2009, she commenced consultant practice with a public position at the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and locum services to several established colleagues throughout Sydney.  Then Danielle opened a private practice offering services to both adults and children. Danielle has recently served as Head of Urology for Sydney Children’s Hospital.

In adults, she has a special interest in endoscopic urology including renal calculi and bladder cancer. In children she has a special interest in congenital kidney and bladder pathology, renal calculi and voiding issues. Danielle provides antenatal consultations for congenital urological conditions and is often involved complex pregnancies of both maternal and foetal origin.

Danielle has extensive experience in kidney and bladder stone surgery and is able to provide all minimally invasive techniques such as flexible ureteroscopy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy. She is one of the few Urologists accredited to operate on children with kidney stones and is involved in NSW paediatric multi-disciplinary stone service at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network.

Danielle has a special interest in functional urology and is passionate about optimising bladder function from birth to death. A Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, she has improved management of continence issues for children and adolescents. She has been involved in two international clinical trials for Overactive Bladder (OAB) in adolescents and neurogenic bladder in children and adolescents. Danielle often works as a proctor instructing urological colleagues on subspecialised procedures such as sacral neuromodulation for urinary incontinence. Danielle has been recognised as an expert in managing refractory OAB and is often requested to speak on behalf of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand and the Continence Foundation of Australia, including facilitating workshops on intravesical Botulinum toxin A. Danielle performs urodynamics evaluations in the clinic utilising ultrasound, preventing unnecessary exposure to radiation. She is able to provide a complete range of management for urinary incontinence including stress urinary incontinence.

Danielle has recently opened a The Yellow Spot Clinic www.yellowspotclinic.com.au which provides multi-disciplinary children’s continence care on Sydney’s lower north shore. This is a GP led service for children with daytime urinary incontinence and nocturnal enuresis.

She works in conjunction with Northcott to provide urology care to children and adults with Spina bifida and complex continence issues. Danielle also treats many patients with urological conditions from Multiple Sclerosis and spinal cord injury.

As one of the few female Urological surgeons in Sydney, Danielle can provide empathic care to those patients who are more comfortable with a female surgeon.

Danielle operates privately at North Shore Private Hospital and The Castlecrag Private Hospital. She is also a VMO at Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick where both public and private paediatric patients can be admitted.


Danielle operates privately at North Shore Private Hospital and The Castlecrag Private Hospital. She is also a VMO at Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick where both public and private paediatric patients can be admitted.