Arnaldo Trabucco has had a long and successful career in medicine, but is confident that there are still many years to come. Arnaldo Trabucco, MD has extensive medical training that began at the University of Rome School of Medicine in Italy in 1976. He took one course at Columbia University Medical School in New York in 1978, and after that returned to Rome for more training. He did his residencies at hospitals in New York, Connecticut, and Nebraska, and has been in private practice since completing his residency in 1987.
“I became a board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Urology in 1991,” Arnaldo Trabucco, MD, FACS recalls. “Due to the fact that it is necessary to re-certify in United States every ten years I have done so, and have recently been recertified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology in 2010. I have been a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS) since 1992. I have been a Fellow of the American College of International Physicians (FACIP) since 1988.”
Arnaldo Trabucco, MD, comes from a long line of physicians, and it seems that he was born to be a medical man. “I come from generations of doctors in our family since the 1600’s, all originating in Italy,” he says with pride. “We have all made major contributions to medicine in some capacity. My father, Dr. Ermanno Trabucco had been a pioneer in the field of ambulatory medicine. He was also the first surgeon to perform a hernia in a doctor’s office over fifty years ago under local anesthesia.” Arnaldo Trabucco MD took over the practice from his father and extended his concepts to the urological arena.
Today, Arnaldo Trabucco MD is living in Italy, and is a Board member of the Società di Medicina e Chirurgia Rigenerativa Polispecialistica.