Morabito Jr. becomes Diplomate of the American Board of Urology
(HUNTINGTON)—St. Mary’s Medical Center announced today that Rocco Morabito Jr., MD, has successfully completed all requirements for board certification and is now a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology.
Board certification requires successful completion of an approved residency program in urology, passing an extensive written examination, radiology and pathology testing and 18 months of clinical practice. Dr. Morabito Jr. completed his residency in urology at West Virginia University in 2011.
Dr. Morabito Jr. is a second-generation physician, having joined his father, Rocco Morabito Sr., MD, at St. Mary’s Urology in 2011.
“My goal in life is to help patients and give them 110 percent of my time and dedication,” Dr. Morabito Jr. said. “I treat all my patients like I would treat my own family.”
Dr. Morabito Jr. offers comprehensive care for a wide variety of urologic issues for both men and women. He is the first urologist at St. Mary’s to offer robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery and minimally invasive treatment for diseases of the kidneys, bladder and prostate gland. Dr. Morabito Jr. also offers a wide variety of cutting-edge techniques for the treatment of various urological conditions.
For more information about Dr. Morabito Jr., call (304) 525-3711 or contact your physician.
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