Robert Mevorach, M.D., F.S.P.U., F.A.A.P., Pediatric Urologist
Director, Pediatric Urology and Chesapeake Urology For Kids
- Certified by the American Board of Urology, Urology and Pediatric Urology
- Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
- Fellow, Society for Pediatric Urology
- Member of the European Society for Pediatric Urology
Robert A. Mevorach, M.D., F.S.P.U., F.F.A.P., is a fellowship trained pediatric urologist who serves as Director of Pediatric Urology at Chesapeake Urology Associates and spearheads the practice’s pediatric urology program, Chesapeake Urology For Kids. Dr. Mevorach, along with the program’s entire pediatric urology team, believes strongly in open and honest communication between staff, patients and parents, creating an environment of trust and compassionate care that is the hallmark of the program’s patient care philosophy.
A leader in his field, Dr. Mevorach previously served as Pediatric Urologist and Associate Professor of Urology and Pediatrics at The University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, NY. Dr. Mevorach received his doctor of medicine from the University of Rochester in 1985. After completing his urological surgery training at Strong Memorial Hospital in 1991, he became the Chief of Urology at the Pensacola Naval Hospital where he served until the fall of 1992. At this time, Dr. Mevorach began his pediatric urology fellowship training under Drs. Emil Tanagho and Barry Kogan at the University of California San Francisco. Graduating in 1994, CDR Mevorach served as Chief of Pediatric Urology at the San Diego Naval Hospital until 1996. Until 1999, he served as Chief of Pediatric Urology and Assistant Department Head of Urology at Portsmouth Naval Hospital.
Returning to the faculty at the University of Rochester in the fall of 1999, Dr. Mevorach served as associate professor of urology and pediatrics. Additionally, he pursued and achieved specialty board certification in pediatric urology in 2009.
Dr. Mevorach says, “I have been trained in the specialty of urology and have sub-specialized in the care of kids with urological problems since 1992. I try to care for each child as I would want my own child cared for. It is quite simple. I never lie to a child or parent. Urological surgery can be hard on families beginning preoperatively, through surgery, and then in recovery even when all goes "by the book." I believe that providing superior care is impossible if honest answers are withheld to make things easier. Kids are incredibly strong and I have humbly witnessed that even the youngest patients rise to extraordinary challenges and make me appear to have great skill.”
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