Arnaldo Trabucco, MD is a Board-certified urologist who lives in Italy. He received his medical degree there, but practiced for many years in the United States.
Arnaldo Trabucco MD began his clinical training at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, where he was a resident in 1982. This was an important period in his development as a doctor. “I was exposed to a vast amount of trauma and had an enormous amount of clinical hands-on surgical experience as a first year resident in general surgery,” he recalls.
From Brooklyn, Arnaldo Trabucco, MD went on to Saint Mary’s Hospital, a Yale University Hospital affiliate in Waterbury, Connecticut, where he completed his second year of general surgery training. After that he turned to the American heartland. “I was accepted into the urologic surgery training program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center where I completed my urological surgery training and chief resident year in 1987.”
Although he was born in the United States and lived most of his life in the U.S., Arnaldo Trabucco, MD has deep roots in Italy. He comes from a long line of Italian physicians, including his father, Ermanno Trabucco, MD who was a pioneer in the field of ambulatory medicine. Arnaldo Trabucco can trace his medical heritage in Italy all the way back to the 1600’s.
Arnaldo Trabucco MD has taken his practice all over the United States. Recent changes in the American health laws, however, have led him to decide to relocate to Italy, where he received his medical training. “I am a well-trained, highly qualified, ethical urologist that just wants to continue to practice state-of-the-art urology for my patients needs.”