Robert A. Thompson, Jr., M.D., is a skilled urologist with The Urology Specialists of Maryland at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. He specializes in patients with prostate disease that require surgery. Using minimally invasive techniques like robotic surgery, Dr. Thompson typically provides results with less pain and recovery time than traditional procedures.
Experienced in Robotic Surgery
As a skilled expert in precision robotic surgery for urological disease, Dr. Robert Thompson provides an alternative to traditional invasive surgery. Dr. Thompson shares his knowledge of the minimally invasive procedure with fellow physicians as an instructor of surgery at the University of Maryland and he regularly contributes to related publications.
Committed to Advancing the Field of Urology
Dr. Robert Thompson is an active participant in urology-related research, associations and activities. His research was cited by the American Urological Association in a report establishing worldwide guidelines for the surveillance and treatment of noninvasive bladder cancer.
Dr. Thompson is a member of the American Urological Association and Associate Fellow in the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of The American Medical Association, Maryland Urological Association, and the Baltimore City Medical Society.
Dr. Thompson has been presented with an Award of Merit by Health Care for the Homeless as well as a Certificate of Merit by the Society of University Urologists.
Loyal to the Local Region and Community
Dr. Robert Thompson has proven his commitment to the Baltimore region and community through his education and continued practice. He received his medical degree at the University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine in 1988. He completed his surgical training at nearby St. Agnes Hospital and his urological training at the University of Maryland. Dr. Thompson completed a Fellowship in Urology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1992. He continues his mission to serve those of Baltimore as a critical member of the Mercy Medical team.