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Dr. Chris Threatt, MD is an urology doctor who practices in Redwood City, CA. He is 51 years old and has been practicing for 21 years. Dr. Threatt is affiliated with San Mateo Medical Center, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos, El Camino Hospital- Mountain View Campus and Sequoia Hospital.
My clinical focus has been on advanced endoscopic stone manipulation as well as male and female incontinence, bladder and prostate cancer, BPH and erectile dysfunction. I am a board certified urologist.
I am excited to introduce you to my new practice Sequoia Urology Center. I have delivered care to patients in the mid peninsula for over 10 years .Sequoia Urology Center is dedicated to providing every patient with the highest level of care right here in our community. Although we are an independent practice we care for our patients almost exclusively at Sequoia Hospital. US News and World Report recently recognized Urology at Sequoia Hospital in the top 100. Why receive your care anywhere else? Our patients will not have to leave our community.
I am excited to introduce my new associate Marina White-Nagy, M.D.. She is an outstanding clinician, surgeon and wonderful individual. Her arrival was long over due to our urologic community. She completed her surgical and urological training at UC Davis. She comes with excellent credentials and covers all aspects of Urologic care. We are so fortunate to add her expertise to our medical community.
I am excited to introduce Healthloop an innovative technology that allows our patients to be in contact with us on a daily basis. You will have post operative assessments and instructions delivered to you electronically with the ability to reach us and tell us how you're doing. This system has helped improve patient outcomes, reduce complications from lack of communication, and provides better clinical and patient experiences.