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Dr. Scott Simon, MD is an urology specialist in La Jolla, CA and has been practicing for 15 years. He graduated from Rush Med Coll Of Rush Univ in 1996 and specializes in urology and oncology.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Simon "Dr. Simon is a board-certified diplomate by the American Board of Urology and fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Simon practices all aspects of urology. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive kidney surgery, as well as performing minimally invasive procedures for voiding issues, such as Prostiva to treat prostate enlargement and Interstim to reduce urinary frequency. Dr. Simon attended the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana where he graduated with honors with his Bachelor of Science with a degree in Psychology. He then went on to attend Rush Medical School in Chicago where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his medical school class and was elected to the distinguished Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After finishing medical school, Dr. Simon completed his internship in general surgery and residency in Urology at Loyola Medical Center in Chicago. He then completed his education by completing a fellowship in laparoscopy at the Mayo Clinic."
This content was provided by Dr. Simon "The Physicians and staff at California Cancer Associates for Research & Excellence Inc dedicated to one goal – providing the highest quality care for our patients. Our approach is based on our belief that patients do best when they receive comprehensive care with medical specialists and support staff working together on their behalf. We believe that our patients need to have access to the latest research, technologies, treatment programs and drug therapies. We believe that support groups, psychosocial counseling and complimentary programs can improve quality of life for many patients. And we believe that to beat cancer, we must treat more than the disease itself. We must treat the whole person by being responsive to how cancer impacts all aspects of their lives."