David Rebuck MD
"Dr. Rebuck was very polite. What I like about his approach was that he doesn't rush some other doctors do. He took the time to listen and explained things. Some other doctors are concerned with getting a patient in and out. Dr. Rebuck doesn't do that. If you have questions, he will answer them all. He is quite approachable and is very down to Earth. You feel you are actually having a conversation with him. I would recommend himto others without hesitation."
David Rebuck MD
Dr. Rebuck is from Toronto and is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal and the University of Toronto Medical School before completing his Urology residency at the University of Alberta. He continued his training in endourology, laparoscopy, and robotic surgery at Northwestern University and then practiced for several years on the south side of Chicago with a clinical appointment at The University of Chicago.
He is Board Certified by the American Board of Urology, a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Urological Association and the North Central Section of the AUA. He is on the medical staff at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and Presence Resurrection Medical Center where he is also a member of the Robotics Committee.
In addition to his expertise in endourology and complex stone disease, his interests include the minimally invasive treatments of urological cancers, as well as all general urology, including voiding difficulties, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and family planning/vasectomy. Dr. Rebuck strives to deliver the highest quality personalized and ongoing care to his patients with compassion, skill, and commitment.
Awards and Credentials
- Castle Connolly Regional Top Doctors: 1st Edition
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital - Park Ridge, IL
Resurrection Medical Center - Chicago, IL
Education and Training
American Board of Urology
Endourology, Laparoscopy & Robotics – Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
American Urological Association
Urologic cancers, minimally invasive, robotic, and laparoscopic surgery, complex kidney stones and all general urology including voiding difficulties, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and family planning/vasectomy