Douglas G. Stein, M.D. is a urological specialist who has been rehearsing urology in Tampa, Florida since 1983. Brought up in Massachusetts, he graduated summa cum laude from Tufts College of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor of Science degree in science and science in 1974, and got his Doctor of Medicine degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City in 1978. In 1983, he finished a 5-year urology residency (2 years general surgery, 3 years urology) at the University of South Florida Affiliated Hospitals, whereupon he went into the private routine with regards to urology in Tampa.
He has been affirmed by the American Board of Urology since 1985, effectively finishing the required each ten-year re-affirmation process in 1992 and 2003. His essential clinic association has been with University Community Hospital in Tampa (now Florida Hospital Tampa), where he was Chief of the Division of Surgical Subspecialties for a long time. douglas stein Inside an expansive routine with regards to urological surgery, Dr. Stein has been performing vasectomies since 1983 and vasectomy inversions since 1984. He has been on the clinical staff of the University of South Florida College of Medicine and of the University of Florida Health Science Center in Gainesville. In 1999, following 16 years of private practice committed to all parts of grown-up urology, Dr. Stein quit tolerating new General Urology patients with the goal that he could dedicate more opportunity to vasectomy and vasectomy inversion. Be that as it may, he has proceeded as the years progressed (now just a single half day for every week) to keep an eye on the necessities of his set up patients who require long haul follow-up for conditions, for example, prostate malignancy, repetitive bladder tumors, erectile brokenness, and different voiding issue.
At his Tampa office, Dr. Stein gives hands-on preparing to doctors (urologists, general specialists, and family specialists) who wish to take in no-needle no-surgical blade vasectomy and offer it in their own particular practices. He is the contracted vasectomy administrations supplier for 32 of Florida’s 67 County Health Departments.