Medical doctors who concentrate in the diagnosis and medication of patients with urinary tract and reproductive organ infections, disorders and dysfunctions are called Urologists. They remedy diseases and infections affecting the bladder, kidneys, prostate gland, and the sex organs. They function closely with endocrinologists, nephrologists, and oncologists whose specialisms complement each other. Inside the discipline, Urologists can further sub-specialize with pediatric urology, renal neurology, urologic oncology, transplantation, as well as erectile dysfunction, infertility and impotence.
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Dr. Gene T. Greenberg, PhD.
Holborn St., London
To work as a Urologist for a large metropolitan hospital
2002 – Present: Urologist, St. George Clinic, London
- Conduct diagnostic tests on patients suspected suffering from diseases at the urogenital organs and tract
- Diagnose with the usage of fluoroscopes to determine the nature and extent of disease, infection or injuries at the urinary tract or sexual organs.
- Isolate and identify cause of infection to administer the correct medication.
- Perform the required surgery to treat urogenital organ tissues.
- Recommend urogenital tract antibiotics and antiseptics.
- Keep updated with improvements in urogenital disease management, surgical techniques and drug therapies.
- Outstanding analytical and diagnostic skills
- Adequate understanding in the administration of urogenital diagnostic apparatuses and procedures.
- Exceptional interpersonal and people management abilities in dealing with patients and hospital staff
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
1994 – 1996: Internship with specialization in urology at the University Medical Center,
1991 – 1994: College of Medicine, Harvard University
1987 – 1991: BS in Biology, Lewisham College, London
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