Andrew Korda is currently Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Western Sydney, Consultant Emeritus in gynaecology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board at the Sydney Day Surgery, and Trustee of the Australian Bladder Foundation. He is a past Chairman of the Urogynaecological Subspecialty Committee of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Associate Editor of the International Urogynaecological Journal, Chief Examiner in Urogynaecology of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Examiner for the Membership in the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Head of the Department of Gynaecology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
He has been involved in numerous RANZCOG educational activities over the years. Andrew Korda is a graduate in Medicine from the University of Sydney (MB BS). He is a Fellow of the RANZCOG (FRANZCOG) with Certification in Urogynaecology (CU) and is a Fellow of the Australian College of Legal Medicine (FACLM). He holds Masters’ degrees in Arts and Health Law from the University of Sydney. Andrew Korda is currently involved in four significant professional activities: membership of the faculty of medicine and teaching of medical students at the newly established University of Western Sydney Medical School; running a private general gynaecological and urogynaecological practice at the Royal Prince Alfred Medical Centre and running urodynamic diagnostic services in five major centres in Sydney: Newtown, St Leonards, Chatswood, Bankstown, Concord, Liverpool and Penrith.
Andrew Korda was awarded the Mabel Elizabeth Leaver Prize for Obstetrics and the Aisling Memorial Society Prize by the University of Sydney; was Chenhall Travelling Fellow in Gynaecology and recipient of the Searle Travelling Fellowship. He has held research and consultant positions in Sydney, Oxford (UK), Banbury (UK) and New York (USA). He has published extensively in the medical literature on pelvic floor and urinary dysfunction in women, is the author of eighty-five original articles in refereed journals and chapters in books. He is a member of the International Urogynaecological Association, International Continence Society, the Urodynamics Society, the Australian Medical Association and the Medico legal Society of New South Wales. Andrew Korda has had many years experience in medico-legal work, providing independent medico-legal opinions to plaintiff and defence lawyers and is accredited to give medico-legal opinion in general gynaecology and urogynaecology by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.