Paul Maroni, MD
Associate Professor, Surgery-Urology
Clinical Director of Urologic Oncology
Conditions & Treatments
Urology, Board Certification
- Men's Health
- Transgender Health
Clinical Interest for Patients
My main interests are robotic or daVinci surgery for prostate or kidney cancer. I have done about 1000 robotic prostate removals (as of 2019). I care a great deal about doing a good job with this operation including nerve-sparing surgery when appropriate. I also specialize in complex abdominal surgery for metastatic testicular cancer. This operation is called Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection or RPLND.
Testimonial from a prostate cancer patient:
"Please feel free to use my story as needed to reassure future Prostate Cancer victims...and Radical Prostatectomy candidates/patients in general...that there is indeed life after a cancer diagnosis and that a Prostatectomy (at least one done with your skills) won't keep them from taking on strenuous physical challenges."
I also treat men with enlargement of the prostate gland. I perform a number of procedures including Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate or HoLEP.
A diagnosis of cancer is awful. I view the patient relationship as a partnership and focus on educating in clear terms. I try my best to give every patient the time they deserve. We use a team approach to provide the very best cancer care!
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, long-distance running, snowboarding, and biking.
I speak at regional and national meetings about physician wellness and burnout.