Robert J. Gary, M.D.

Robert J. Gary, M.D.


Dr. Gary graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science degree. After completing medical school, he completed a General Surgery Residency at Waterbury Hospital in Connecticut. He then completed a four year Urology Residency at the University of Minnesota/ St. Paul Ramsey Medical Center in 1988, which included six months of Urologic Oncology training at the Mayo Clinic. In 1994, he joined the Associates in Urology after spending five years of practice in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Gary provides a full range of urologic care including treatment for prostate cancer, bladder and kidney cancer, and has developed a special interest in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). He uses the newest diagnostic techniques and treatments available for patients with ED. Additionally, he has also been involved in several clinical trials and research involving patients suffering with ED.

Dr. Gary is Board Certified by the Board of Urology, a member of the American Urological Association and the Pennsylvania Urological Society. He is a clinical Associate Professor of Urology at Temple University which involves the teaching of medical students and residents. His outside interests include playing semi-pro baseball and golfing. He is committed to providing both quality and compassionate care to his patients.

Academic Urology Locations

  • Glen Mills

    100 Maris Grove Way
    Glen Mills, PA 19342

  • Media

    200 East State Street
    Suite 205
    Media, PA 19063

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