Dr. Herman Bagga
Dr. Herman Bagga graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and earned a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic, considered one of the top Urology programs in the world. He has published multiple manuscripts and textbooks, has spoken at national conferences, and led national research trials. At his prior health network, he founded his Center for Men’s Health serving three states and served as Director of Urology for his primary hospital. Dr. Bagga cares for both male and female patients and provides thoughtful and holistic medical / surgical care for issues such as urinary problems from bladder or prostate issues, erectile dysfunction including implant surgery, testosterone deficiency, and Peyronie’s Disease. He is a skilled reconstructive Urologist with extensive experience in the management of urethral strictures, fistulas, and other complex genitourinary abnormalities. He is also strongly experienced in the care of urinary stone disease including minimally invasive stone removal, the diagnosis and management of genitourinary cancers, and general urology. Dr. Bagga has performed thousands of procedures and cared for countless patients, and believes every procedure and patient to be unique and important.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
University of California (San Francisco)
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Case Western Reserve University