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Kelly M. Maxwell MD

Urologist

  • “…Dr. Maxwell was recommended by the doctor of my spouse. The services being received from Dr. Maxwell and other doctors recommended by her related to my needs, I feel more confident that my health care is properly managed.” -Jim

Kelly M. Maxwell MD


Dr. Kelly Maxwell is a Urologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology in the Department of Urology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

Dr. Maxwell was recruited from residency at Northwestern to join the private practice based in Arkes Pavilion that has been active at Northwestern Memorial Hospital since the 1920's. She focuses on developing a working relationship with patients and their primary physicians to facilitate the delivery of individualized urologic care. She was recognized for excellence in patient care with the Leander W. Riba Urology Award during her Chief Residency at Northwestern in 2009. Her clinical interests include stone disease, urologic cancer and general urology including prostate enlargement, female incontinence, infections and overactive bladder.

Dr. Maxwell is also very involved in resident teaching and co-chairs the Curriculum Committee that shapes and innovates the residents' education each year. She is an active member of the American Urological Association and the Chicago Urological Society. 

Hospital Affiliation
Northwestern Memorial Hospital - Chicago, IL

Education and Training

2003-2009
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL USA
Surgery & Urology Intern
1999-2003
New York University School of Medicine, 1999-2003, New York USA
MD
1994-1998
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois USA
Bachelor of Arts in Biological Science

Certification
Licensed Physician and Surgeon, State of Illinois

Societies
American Urological Association
Chicago Urological Society

Special Interests
Robotic Prostatectomy, Robotic Nephrectomy, Robotic Pyeloplasty
Female Urinary Incontinence
Urethral Stricture Disease
Urologic Cancer
Stone Disease