Treat every patient as they were a family member. Explain things in a manner that is extremely understandable and offer all options possible because no one is in a better position to make medical decisions than the patient themselves when armed with the medical knowledge to do so.
Dr. Mayer graduated from Baylor College of Medicine, and completed his internship in general surgery and his urology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. He was fellowship-trained in minimally invasive urology at Baylor College of Medicine's Scott Department of Urology.
Dr. Mayer has published research on robotic partial nephrectomy, advanced single-site donor nephrectomy, and treatment of kidney stones. In addition to having been an instructor for the American Urological Association's Mentored Laparoscopy Course, he has served as the Urology Chairman of the Methodist Practice Improvement Committee and is currently the Associate Program Director of the Baylor Urology Residency Program. Dr. Mayer has been selected as a "Top Urologist in Houston, TX" in The Leading Physicians of the World.