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John Cudecki MD

Urologist

  • "Dr. Cudecki is an excellent practitioner who cares about his patients and takes the time and interest to check on their condition."

John Cudecki MD


Dr. Cudecki is a urologist affiliated with Mercy Hospital and IL Masonic Hospital. A graduate in Genetics at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Dr. Cudecki went on to medical school at Rush Medical College where he became a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society (an invitation extended only to those in the top 10% of their class). He completed his residency in urology at the University of Illinois in Chicago. His extensive training and experience have prepared him well to treat all urological conditions including cancer, stone disease, incontinence, impotence, and benign prostate hyperplasia.

Dr. Cudecki continues to keep up with the latest developments in treatments, drugs, procedures, and technology, especially with so much new research and treatment becoming available on prostate cancer.

A caring and thorough physician, Dr. Cudecki takes the time to find out your needs and explain all treatment options. He prefers to use noninvasive procedures to treat his patients whenever possible.

Dr. Cudecki and the whole team at Uropartners work hard to make sure that their patients get the best treatment.

Hospital Affiliation
Mercy Hospital - Chicago, IL
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center - Chicago, IL
Thorek Memorial Hospital - Chicago, IL

Education and Training

Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL USA
MD
University of Illinois, Chicago, IL USA
Residency - Urology

Certification
American Board of Urology

Societies
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, American Urological Association, Chicago Urologic Association, American Medical Association, Chicago Medical Society, Enourologic Society, American Association of Clinical Urologists, Warren H. Cole Society

Special Interests
Pioneered the use of prostate brachytherapy (seeds) in the Chicago area, to treat prostate cancer.
Stone Disease
Incontinence
Impotence
Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
Urologic Cancer