Garry Peers, MD
Dr. Garry Peers has been a Urologist in Honolulu since 2000 with Queen’s Medical Center serving as his base with affiliations at numerous other hospitals. He was born and raised in South Africa and graduated from medical school in Johannesburg. Dr. Peers completed his urology and fellowship training in Canada.
He provides general adult and pediatric urology care including advanced laparoscopic, robotic and minimally invasive surgeries. He is fellowship trained in reconstructive surgery and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.
He was the first surgeon in Hawaii to perform robotic surgery and continues to provide robotic surgery for patients from all of the Hawaiian Islands. He has been voted by fellow Physicians to the Nations “Top Doctor” list since 2008.
His outside interests include many of the multiple facets of ocean recreation.
Tim Roytman, MD
Dr. Tim Roytman was raised in Honolulu and graduated from Iolani School. After Iolani, he went on to Northwestern University in Chicago where he received a Bachelor’s in neuroscience. Tim returned home to the University of Hawaii John A Burns School of Medicine for his MD and graduated with honors (AOA). After medical school, he went on to Washington University in St. Louis, a top rated urology training program, where he did his training in general surgery, urologic surgery as well as fellowship in robotic-assisted surgery/advanced laparoscopy. Tim is trained by the leaders in urologic surgery such as Dr. Gerald Andriole, Dr. Adam Kibel, Dr. Sam Bhayani, Dr. Sherb Figenshau, Dr. Arnold Bullock and Dr. Steven Brandes.
Tim is a board certified urologist, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Urologic Association and the Western Section of the American Urologic Association.
Outside of his practice, he enjoys spending time with his wife, two sons, running and surfing.
Andrew J. Sun, MD
Dr. Andrew Sun joined Aloha Urology in August 2020.
Richard Tsou MD
Dr. Tsou has joined Aloha Urology beginning October 1, 2020.