Chesapeake Urology News

Chesapeake Urology Debuts New Prostate Cancer and Bladder Control Ad Campaign

Published On: 06/01/2013

Chesapeake Urology highlights its expert, compassionate care for prostate cancer and bladder control problems in two new 30 second TV spots.


Chesapeake Urology's Benjamin Lowentritt Installed as President of the Baltimore City Medical Society

Published On: 04/17/2013

(Baltimore, Md.) -- Benjamin H. Lowentritt, M.D., F.A.C.S., director of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Robotics and medical director for the Comprehensive Prostate Cancer program at Chesapeake Urology Associates, has been installed as the 110th president of the Baltimore City Medical Society.


Dr. Siegel talks with Klug at 100.7 The Bay about Vasectomies

Published On: 03/14/2013

Dr. Siegel is interviewed by Klug at 100.7 The Bay (Baltimore, MD) about getting a vasectomy during NCAA March Madness.


Chesapeake Urology Associates has been named among the Best Places to Work by Baltimore magazine for 2013

Published On: 03/01/2013

One of the best places in health care to work is Chesapeake Urology. Baltimore magazine recently announced its annual "Best Places to Work" list and Chesapeake is pleased to be among those in this elite group


Chesapeake Urology Physicians Named to the Washington Post Magazine Super Doctors® 2012 List

Published On: 01/15/2013

For the second consecutive year, four urologists from Chesapeake Urology have been named to the Washington Post Magazine Super Doctors® 2012 List for the Maryland/Washington, D.C. area. The physicians selected for the honor are Dr. Daniel D. Dietrick, Dr. Brad D. Lerner, Dr. Marc H. Siegelbaum and Dr. Ronald F. Tutrone.


Dr. S. Mark Redwood Appointed Chief of Urology at Sinai Hospital Colleague Dr. Cohen Passes the Torch of Urology Leadership

Published On: 08/12/2009

(Baltimore, MD, August 12, 2009) Chesapeake Urology Associates (CUA) is proud to announce that board-certified urologist S. Mark Redwood, M.D. has been appointed Chief of Urology at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore.


Infertile Couples Should Analyze Male Infertility First

Published On: 08/10/2009

BALTIMORE, MD, AUGUST 10, 2009...Male factor infertility is more common than couples realize. It comprises 50 percent of cases in which a couple is infertile. For this reason, The Male Fertility and Sexuality Group of Chesapeake Urology Associates, led by Dr. Karen Elizabeth Boyle, recommends a new approach to diagnose and analyze a couple's infertility: explore the male factor component fist.