Michael S Gomez MD
- “Dr. Gomez and his entire staff are very pleasant and professional. The care I get from them is second to none. The office is pleasant and clean and waiting time is at a minimal. Having Dr. Gomez as my physician is one of the best decisions I’ve made.” -Gerald
Michael S Gomez MD
Dr. Michael Gomez has several areas of interest and expertise His primary interest is in minimally invasive urologic surgery. During his residency at the University of Toledo Department of Urology and Renal Transplantation, Dr. Gomez had extensive training in laparoscopic donor nephrectomy for living related renal transplants. Dr. Gomez did additional training at Henry Ford Hospital in robotic assisted laparoscopic surgery for both kidney and prostate cancer. With this added expertise Dr. Gomez is able to use minimally invasive robotic procedures to address other urologic issues such as ureteral strictures, renal collecting system abnormalities and female pelvic prolapse.
Dr. Gomez also enjoys caring for male and female patients with voiding complaints. He has several treatment options, both medical and surgical, to address overactive bladder, urinary incontinence and voiding difficulties from enlarged prostates.
Male health issues are also important to Dr. Gomez. In addition to addressing voiding issues from enlarged prostates, Dr. Gomez has several options to address low libido and erectile dysfunction. Dr. Gomez will work with you to find the right approach for each situation.
As a Chicago native and University of Chicago alumni, Dr. Gomez has planted deep roots in the Chicago area. He is looking forward to establishing a long and meaningful patient-physician relationship which is the center of any effort to achieve better urologic health.
Mercy Hospital - Chicago, IL
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Education and Training
American Board of Urology
American Urological Association
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
Chicago Urological Society
Robotic and minimally invasive urologic surgery
Benign prostatic hyperplasia