Arnaldo Trabucco, MD is a Board-certified urologist who completed his residencies at the University of Nebraska in 1987. He began his clinical practice in New York City right away, and had a very lucrative practice and was on staff at many institutions, including Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens, and the North Shore University Hospital. Arnaldo Trabucco, MD also had three offices in Queens and Manhattan.
“I practiced all forms of general urology that my training provided me, and kept abreast with the latest advances in urology,” Arnaldo Trabucco, MD says today. “I developed a special interest in urogynecology, oncology, urolithiasis, endourology, laser prostatectomy as OPS, some pediatric and cancer surgery of the kidney, bladder, othotopic diversion, radical prostatectomy , testicular cancer, retroperitoneal node dissection, adrenal suregery, laparosopic surgery and much more.”
After the tragic events of September 11, 2001, however, Arnaldo Trabucco, MD decided that New York was not the best place for him and his family. He relocated his practice to a small town in Indiana. In 2007 he moved his practice to Sparks, Nevada, where he started a new urologic surgical division. “I was the only urologist in that community providing services to the residents and did very well always practicing state of the art surgery,” he says today.
In the years since then, Arnaldo Trabucco, MD has relocated his practice to an underserved part of Arizona, where his practice grew very quickly and his reputation expanded. By late 2013, however, Arnaldo Trabucco, MD had decided that practicing medicine in the United States was uncertain, due to changes in health care laws. He now lives and works in Italy.