Perry Sutaria, M.D.
Minimally Invasive Robotic prostate
bladder and kidney surgery
Reconstructive urologic surgery
Urogynecology and Female urology including the treatment of Pelvic Prolapse and Incontinence
Cornell University, BA with honors in Chemistry (1988)
Cornell University Medical College, MD (1992)
FELLOWSHIP AND RESIDENCY:
July 1988 -June 1989 Urology Fellow: Harvard Medical School- Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center -Fellow in Reconstructive and Female Urology; Urogynecology; Neurourology and Male and Female Voiding Dysfunction
July 1997 -June 1998 Chief Resident, Department of Urology The New York and Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, NY, NY
July 1994 -June 1997 Urology Resident, Department of Urology The New York and Presbyterian Hospital -Cornell Medical Center, NY, NY
March 1996 -August 1996 Urology Resident, Department of Urology Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
September 1996 Visiting Urology Resident, Department of Urology Landeskrakenhous, Salzberg, Austria
July 1993 – June 1994 Surgery Resident, Department of Surgery Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, Colorado
American Board of Urology
Morristown Medical Center
St. Clare’s Hospital, Denville,
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark.
Dr Sutaria is one of the regions top Robotic and minimally invasive surgeons and has trained other surgeons in the use of Robotic Technology. His interests include:
bladder and kidney cancer surgery
Urologic reconstructive surgery including the repair of vaginal prolapse
Male and female incontinence
Continent urinary diversion
He is certified and trained to perform minimally invasive therapies for BPH and no-scalpel vasectomies.
Pfizer Scholars in Urology Award, 1998
Phi Beta Kappa, May 1988
Phi Kappa Phi (National Science Honor Society), May 1988
Phi Delta Epsilon, National Medical College Service Organization
Multiple NJ Top Doctor Awards
Chief of Urology, Atlantic Health System -Morristown Medical Center
I have been blessed to have received some of the finest urologic training available in the United States. My teachers and mentors at Cornell and Harvard have influenced me to simply be the best physician, surgeon and person that I can be. I love my profession and cherish the opportunity to help the people of my community every day that I am in the office, hospital or operating room. I strive to treat every patient I see as if they were a family member and feel that a compassionate and individualized approach to health care is paramount in achieving the finest outcomes for my patients.