Physicians in the News

In 2015, several of our urologists have had some great accomplishments:


Dr .Mevorach _webRobert A. Mevorach, M.D., F.S.P.U., F.A.A.P.
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 renowned pediatric urologist and Director of Chesapeake Urology For Kids, was one of three authors of a new book, Pediatric Urology for the Primary Care Physician, the first book on pediatric urology written specifically for the primary care physician, the initial point of contact for many children with urologic conditions.  Read More...



Rian J. Dickstein, M.D
., urologic oncologist with Chesapeake Urology, has been named the Cancer Physician Liaison for The University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s Tate Cancer Center, serving as the liaison between BWMC’s cancer program, the Commission on Cancer (CoC) and the American Cancer Society. Read More...


Davalos High ResJulio Davalos, M.D.,
 Head of Chesapeake Urology’s Stone Disease Program and one of the Mid Atlantic region’s most pioneering kidney stone surgeons, was among three physicians whose research on percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) and tubeless PCNL, as well as the novel approach to closing the renal access tract following removal of the kidney stone, was featured in the Journal of Endourology. The article, Hemostatic Plug: Novel Technique for Closure of Percutaneous Nephrostomy Tract, is featured in the March 2015 issue of the publication, which is the premier peer reviewed journal in the arena of stone disease.  Read More...
Thomas Smyth, M.D. Plays Integral Part on MedChi's Blue Ribbon Commission - As the nation’s and the state’s healthcare systems continue to evolve, the critical role of the physician in future healthcare delivery systems is being examined by a group of 14 commissioners chosen to be a part of MedChi’s Blue Ribbon Commission. Dr. Smyth is one of the commissioners leading the development of key state legislative strategies that will allow physicians to continue to play a critical leadership role, as well as preserve physician value in the future delivery of healthcare to the citizens of Maryland.  The MedChi House of Delegates formed the commission in September 2013 with a goal of helping physicians prepare for the changing landscape of healthcare in Maryland. In September 2015, this commission will submit a report to the House of Delegates on its findings that support the physician’s critical contributions to the healthcare system.

Brookland New PhotoRobert K. Brookland, MD, FACR, FACRO, who recently was honored with the Martin D. Abeloff Award for Excellence in Public Health and Cancer Control by the Maryland State Council on Cancer Control.  

 

 

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Keith O’Reilly, M.D., was named Physician of the Month in January by Carroll Hospital Center for his dedicated and exceptional care of a patient who was undergoing a urological procedure at the hospital. Dr. O’Reilly has been affiliated with Carroll Hospital Center for eight years. Read More...

Jonathan Rubenstein, M.D. was recognized by the president of the American Urological Association (AUA) for his continued work on the ICD Coordination and Maintainance Committee on behalf of the AUA for ICD-10-CM. ICD-10-CM is a coding system used to categorize patients' illnesses and injuries and the treatment they receive in American hospitals. Dr. Rubenstein's work will enable urologists to report the correct diagnosis coding for urologic conditions as practices transition from the old coding system to ICD-10-CM.

Congratulations to Dr. Robert Brookland and Dr. Ronald Tutrone, Jr. who were named as two "Titans of Care" in a group of 50 physicians honored in celebration of GBMC HealthCare's 50th anniversary. http://gbmc50.com/titans