Jeremy N. Reese, MD, MPH, MEd
Fellowship-trained urologic surgeon, with expertise in robotic, microscopic and endoscopic surgery
Dr. Jeremy Reese joins Foothills Urology after completing fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic in da Vinci robotic surgery. He offers expertise in the most advanced techniques in robotic surgery for all types of urologic cancers and non-cancerous conditions. Additionally, he enjoys treatment of most urologic conditions including enlarged prostate (BPH), complex kidney stones, neurogenic bladder and microsurgery for vasectomy reversal.
Dr. Reese has broad research interests within urology, including novel techniques in minimally invasive surgery, urologic trauma and urinary reconstruction. He has authored 10 articles in peer-reviewed publications and two book chapters. He has given over 20 national and international presentations and won numerous awards including a research grant for investigation of overactive bladder.
As your urologist, Dr. Reese believes strongly in patient-led shared decision making. His goal is to educate his patients on their diagnosis, explaining all treatment options and potential side effects, and, ultimately, working together to determine the best course of treatment. He particularly enjoys urology for the opportunity to develop and foster life-long relationships with patients.
Originally from Portland, Dr. Reese spent the last 20 years in the Midwest to complete his education and training. He is now happy to now call Colorado home. In his free time, he likes to be outdoors or traveling with his wife and four kids.
Dr. Reese is one of a select group of urologic surgeons nationwide – and the first in Denver – who is trained to perform several highly complex robotic surgeries, including:
- Robotic bladder removal (radical cystectomy) with internal reconstruction of the bladder (intracorporeal diversion). Please follow the link for a video created by his fellowship director at Cleveland Clinic (See: https://consultqd.clevelandclinic.org/2016/08/robotic-cystectomyintracorporeal-ileal-conduit-diversion-bedside-assistants-role-key-video/)
- Partial removal of the kidney using a technique that cools the kidney to allow him more time to remove complex kidney tumors (Partial nephrectomy with intracorporeal icing). Please follow the link for a video created during his fellowship at Cleveland Clinic (See: https://consultqd.clevelandclinic.org/2017/08/ice-cooling-the-kidney-intracorporeally-during-robotic-partial-nephrectomy-video/)
- Fellowship: Advanced Urological Robotic and Laparoscopy – Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
- Residency: Urology and General Surgery – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
- Medical School: Medical Doctorate - Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio
- Graduate School: Master of Public Health and Master of Education – The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
- Undergraduate Education: Bachelor of Science, major in psychology, minors in Chemistry and Dance – Duke University, Durham, NC
- Prostate cancer: Radical and simple robotic prostatectomy
- Renal cancer: Robotic partial nephrectomy, including intracorporeal icing, laparoscopic nephrectomy and cryoablation
- Bladder cancer: Radical cystectomy and partial cystectomy, including intracorporeal urinary diversion
- Adrenal cancer: Robotic adrenalectomy
- Ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction: Robotic pyeloplasty
- Ureteral reconstruction: Robotic ureteral reimplant and ureteral reconstruction
- Complex surgical and medical management of kidney stones
- Management of enlarged prostate (BPH)
- Erectile dysfunction
- Vasectomy reversal and varicocele repair
- Management of overactive bladder and neurogenic bladder