Arnaldo Trabucco is an American urologist and surgeon who is currently based in Italy. Trabucco has held successful private practices in many locations, both in and outside of the United States. He began his surgical training at the Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. For his second year of residency, he relocated to Waterbury, Connecticut to train at Saint Mary’s Hospital, which is a Yale University affiliate hospital. During these two years, he focused on general surgical training, and then was accepted to a urologic surgery program at the University of Nebraska, located in Omaha. During this time, he studied a wide range of urologic surgical practices, and was even invited to present research at the World Congress of Endourology in Egypt.
After completing his urologic training in Omaha, Trabucco moved back to New York City. He quickly built a career for himself, with three offices in Queens and Manhattan, as well as being on staff at several other medical institutions. He stayed in New York City for over a decade, but after the events of September 11th, 2001, decided to relocate to the Midwest to keep his family safe. After running a successful practice for four years, he relocated to Nevada, where he was the only urologic surgeon in the area. After earthquakes and fires and floods in the area, he moved to Arizona, where he built a notable private practice serving patients throughout the American West. In 2013, Arnaldo Trabucco decided to move to Italy, where he is one of the most advanced urologic surgeons in the country.
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