Below is a list of the top and leading Urologists in San Diego. To help you find the best urologist located near you in San Diego, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
The top rated Urologists in San Diego are:
- Emily Cole – Sharp Rees-Stealy Frost Street North
- Jill Buckley – UC San Diego Urology
- George Chiang – Rady Children’s Hospital
- James L. Roberts – Genesis Health
Sharp Rees-Stealy Frost Street North
Female Pelvic Health; Incontinence; Pelvic Pain; Robotic Assisted Surgery – Urologic
“Dr. Emily Cole is an excellent urologist! She is the best urologist I have had in 18 years of suffering with an incurable disease. I highly recommend her she is patient understanding and kind. She has a wonderful staff! She will help you!” – Zoey & Roblox
UC San Diego Urology
Jill Buckley, MD, is a board-certified, urologic trauma reconstruction surgeon. She has a special interest in caring for patients who have complex urinary conditions including urethral stricture, hypospadias and benign prostate hyperplasia, as well as individuals who have complications in the genitourinary area as a result of trauma or prostate cancer treatment.
Dr. Buckley’s clinical and research expertise focuses on urethral reconstruction, including urinary fistula repair, complications from prostate cancer therapy, and genitourinary reconstruction for urethral stricture. She has co-authored numerous research studies and several surgical textbooks on these topics as well as on acute urinary trauma management.
“Brilliant staff and doctors.” – Georgina
Rady Children’s Hospital
Dr. George Chiang is a board-certified urologist specializing in minimally invasive techniques for surgery in children and is the Chief of Pediatric Urology. In 2009 he became the first pediatric urologist on the West Coast to perform pediatric single-incision laparoscopic nephrectomy. This technique is expected to expedite the use of “scarless” surgery in the pediatric population. His clinical research activity is currently focused on comparing open versus minimally invasive techniques for nephrectomies in children.
Dr. Chiang is also dedicated to improving the quality of life of children with spinal cord abnormalities. As the medical director and primary urologist for the Spinal Defects Clinic at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego, he has substantially increased reconstructive efforts for patients with spina bifida. Dr. Chiang is a board member of Spina Bifida of San Diego.
Ambiguous genitalia; Bedwetting; Bladder exstrophy; Cloacal exstrophy; Communicating hydrocele (hernia); Hydronephrosis; Hypospadias; Intersex abnormalities; Kidney stones; Meatal stenosis; Multicystic dysplastic kidney; Neurogenic bladder in children (spina bifida, etc.); Phimosis; Testicular torsion; Undescended testis; Ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction; Urinary tract infections (UTIs); Vesicoureteral reflux
“brought my two year old daughter to the emergency room here. The staff was very accommodating and made her feel comfortable while we waited. We ended up spending the night and the overnight nurses kept up the great service. Thank you Rady Children’s Hospital for everything you do for the children.” – Cody Hutcherson
“This children’s hospital is very caring and loving from my experience. They took care of my son immediately and made me feel comforted and that I didn’t have to worry no matter what was going on. They helped me feel that they would help us and take good care of us. When my son had symptoms that made me worry they made seeing my son a top priority. Thank you doctors, nurses, staff and all at Rady’s.” – Chy Garcia
Dr. James Roberts has been in private practice Urology since retiring in 2004 as Chairman, Department of Urology, Naval Medical Center San Diego after 20 years of providing and overseeing military urologic care. He was raised at the New Jersey Shore, graduated from Brown University and George Washington School of Medicine in 1984. He completed his urology residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego in 1990. He spent the next 15 years at Camp Pendleton, in Saudi Arabia during the first Gulf War at a Navy trauma hospital and NMCSD. He retired at the rank of Captain, after 20 years devoted to improving military urologic patient care, Urologic Residency medical education, and surgical outcomes.
Dr. Roberts is on staff at Sharp Memorial Hospital, Sharp Coronado Hospital, and Scripps Mercy Hospital. He is one of the busiest Urologic surgeons at these hospitals with expertise in benign and malignant diseases of the prostate, bladder, endourology for stones and urologic trauma and reconstruction with superb surgical outcomes and excellent patient satisfaction.
General Urology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Bladder Dysfunction Solutions
“The most wonderful urologist to ever treat my father-in-law.” – Anne Barber
“Dr. Roberts is an absolute pro! He really cares about people and shows a lot of compassion. He has a wealth of experience and I felt like I was in great hands.” – Brandon Miller
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.