- Director, Chesapeake Urology For Kids
Dr. Mevorach is a fellowship trained, subspecialty board-certified pediatric urologist who joined Chesapeake Urology in January, 2014 to direct the Chesapeake Urology For Kids program. He treats children from infants to 15 years who have urologic conditions and needs ranging from the common to the complex, including circumcision, hernias and hydroceles, hypospadias, retractile and undescended testicles, bedwetting, hematuria, scrotal pain and masses, recurrent urinary tract infections, bladder control problems and kidney stones. In addition, Dr. Mevorach consults on conditions diagnosed on screening sonogram examinations during pregnancy such as hydronephrosis and other urologic or renal concerns.
Prior to joining Chesapeake Urology, Dr. Mevorach served as a pediatric urologist and associate professor of urology and pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, NY for 15 years. At the University of Rochester Medical Center, he also served as the director of clinical operations for the Division of Pediatric Urology.
From 1996 to 1999, Dr. Mevorach served as chief of pediatric urology and assistant department head of urology at Portsmouth Naval Hospital. During that time Dr. Mevorach was also a pediatric urology consultant at Langley Air Force Base Hospital and Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg.
Dr. Mevorach was chief of the Division of Pediatric Urology and assistant head of the Department of Urology at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego from 1994 to 1996, where he also was a consultant to Davis-Monthan Air Force Hospital and San Diego Children's Hospital. Prior to that he was chief of urology at the Pensacola Naval Hospital, 1991-1992. During 1986 to 1991, Dr. Mevorach was a surgical emergency room primary physician at Rochester General Hospital, and from 1985 to 1991 served as a general medical officer in the United State Naval Reserve. Dr. Mevorach is a retired captain in the United States Naval Reserve.
He is a specialty reviewer for the Journal of Pediatric Urology, Journal of Urology and the International Journal of Urology and Nephrology. He also is a member of several national and international academic professional organizations including the American Urological Association, the Society of Government Services Urologists, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Society of Pediatric Urology and the European Society of Pediatric Urology. He has served on the medical advisory board and the board of directors of the National Kidney Foundation.
A committed educator, Dr. Mevorach has presented at major national and international professional meetings, and has served as an instructor for clinical rotations in urology, family practice, and pediatrics. In addition, he has authored Internet content and is a published author of book chapters and peer reviewed journal articles on urologic and pediatric urology topics. His case study entitled, "Undescended Testicles: Less Imaging and Early Referral Reduces Cost, Risk and Other Problems" was published in the June 2016 issue of Chesapeake Physician magazine.
Throughout his career, Dr. Mevorach has been involved in urologic and pediatric urology research studies. During his career to date, Dr. Mevorach has received many fellowship awards for clinical research, essays and presentations beginning with his first research fellowship from the American Diabetes Association in 1986.