Bruce Dalkin, MD
Dr. Dalkin is a Urologic Oncologist with 20 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of bladder and prostate cancer. He has preformed over 1,300 open nerve-sparing radical prostatectomies during his career.
Patient Care Philosophy:
In order to provide high quality patient care, physicians must be able to read and accurately interpret new information and stay current in the field. Physicians must have clinical decision-making skills that provide appropriate diagnostic and treatment education and recommendations for patients. In addition, physicians must have exceptional technical skills to provide the highest quality results for patients.
I have always loved the fact that in patients with urologic cancers, we evaluate, diagnose, educate and treat patients for their potentially life-threatening problems, and then provide life-long care after these treatments. This is truly rewarding and unlike many other surgical specialties.
Professor or Urology, University of Washington School of Medicine.
Open nerve sparing radical prostatcomies
Education And Training
BS: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1981
MD: Northwestern University, Chicago, IL 1985
Resident in General Surgery: Northwestern University, Chicago IL 1985-1987
Resident in Urology: Northwestern University, Chicago, IL 1987-1990
Chief Resident in Urology: Northwestern University, Chicago, IL 1990-1991