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Dr. Vishal Bhalani

Urology and Urologic Surgery

Diplomate, American Board of Urology; Chief Medical Officer of Advanced Urology

Dr. Vishal Bhalani is board certified in Urology and specializes in all aspects of genitourinary surgery. He is also a robotics trained surgeon, who joins us after relocating his practice from Chicago, where he served as Chair of Robotic Surgery. Dr. Bhalani’s other interests include penile prosthesis surgery, male incontinence, Peyronie’s disease, minimally invasive treatments for BPH, and urethral reconstruction for stricture disease.

Dr. Bhalani received a prestigious academic scholarship to the University of Miami where he earned his medical degree. He completed an internship in General Surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, followed by a residency in Urology at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. He has published numerous journal articles on topics related to the treatment of prostate cancer, renal cell carcinoma, and kidney stones, as well as improving the techniques of robotic and minimally invasive surgery. His work has been presented at national and international conferences.

In addition to his devotion to advancing the field of Urology, Dr. Bhalani is known for his humility and patient-friendly disposition. He believes that excellent outcomes are achieved through effective communication and patient understanding of their condition and treatment options.

Outside of his practice, Dr. Bhalani enjoys travel, playing basketball, spending time with his family, and advocating for stronger public health initiatives.

Hablo Espanol.


Patient’s Choice Award 2018, Compassionate Doctor Award 2018 and Americas Most Honored Professionals 2018

Articles Published :

Frequency of lower urinary tract injury after gastrointestinal surgery in the nationwide inpatient sample database.

The natural history of renal stone fragments following ureteroscopy.

Solitary facial cutaneous metastasis as the primary presentation of a small renal cell carcinoma.

Construction-related differences seen in ureteral access sheaths: comparison of reinforced versus nonreinforced ureteral access sheaths.

Pathologic outcomes during the learning curve for robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.

Conservative management of low risk superficial bladder tumors.

Testicular presentation of sarcoidosis and organ preservation: case report and review of management strategies.

Mentioned In:

Re: conservative management of small testicular tumors relative to carcinoma in situ prevalence.

Dr. Vishal Bhalani's Awards