Bruce Rosenfeld, MD, FACS
Dr. Bruce Rosenfeld earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in 1986, after completing his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University. He continued on with his surgical internship and urologic residency training at SUNY at Buffalo, where he was greatly influenced by the tremendous instructors at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Upon completing his training, Dr. Rosenfeld spent the first seven years as the chief of urology at the Fallon Clinic, where he especially enjoyed teaching urology residents as an assistant professor of urology at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine. From there he went on to build a very successful solo practice in Tucson, Arizona, where he was dedicated to delivering state-of –the-art patient care delivered in a personal, caring environment. He brings these same values to Urology of Virginia and will continue to focus on prostate enlargement, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer, treatment of kidney stones as well as performing the no-scalpel vasectomy.
Dr. Rosenfeld is also a published author, completing his first book in September of 2011 entitled, "Make Every Shot Count: How Basketball Taught a Point Guard to be a Surgeon." It’s a fun, quick reading story about a young kid that utilizes values learned on the court to overcome adversity and attain his goals. Noted to be a book for the underdog, this highly personal memoir has received extensive positive reviews and has been well received by readers in all age groups
Medical College of Virginia
SUNY at Buffalo