We are so fortunate to have one of the most wonderful teams of urologists in Colorado Springs CO. Our motto, “Prompt, Caring, and Compassionate” truly describes the care you can expect to receive at Pikes Peak Urology. You can be assured that you’re receiving the best possible urologic care possible in Colorado Springs and southern Colorado. What does an urologist do? An urologist is a physician who specializes in urology, or the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders affecting the urinary tract or reproductive systems of men and women of all ages. For some medical conditions, like cancer, your urologist may be on a team of doctors coordinating your care. In some cases, you may need a referral from your primary care doctor to be seen for an urologic condition, as we are a specialty office. If you are unsure if you are in need of urologic care, please call our office at (719) 531-7007 and we are happy to schedule an appointment, if needed. Next, take the time to learn a bit about our doctors: Request An Appointment
Robert D. Biggers, MD, FACS
Dr. Biggers graduated from the University of Southern California School of Medicine in 1972. He trained in Urology at Tripler Army Medical Center from 1975-1979 and has practiced in the military in Hawaii, North Carolina, California, Colorado and South Korea. Dr. Biggers arrived in Colorado Springs in 1981 and he retired from the Army as a Colonel in 1993. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of the Order of Military Medical Merit, and is Board Certified in Adult and Pediatric Urology.
Jeffrey A. Moody, MD
Dr. Moody graduated from the University of Iowa College of Medicine in 1992. He completed his Urology training at the University of California, Los Angeles and pursued further training in Endourology and Percutaneous Renal Surgery at the University of Indiana. He brings to Colorado Springs an expertise in a variety of different endoscopic and Laser techniques. Dr. Moody has written numerous scientific papers and book chapters. Dr. Moody has been selected as the El Paso County Physician Volunteer of the Year in 2006, the President of the El Paso County Physician Foundation (2005-2007), the Vice President of the El Paso County Medical Society (2007), and is Past President of the El Paso County Medical Society. He is a member of the American Urological Association. He is Board Certified in Adult and Pediatric Urology, and speaks Spanish.
Watch Dr. Jeff Moody’s video: In this video interview, urologist Jeffrey A. Moody, MD, shares his medical background, areas of interest, and personal philosophy of care.
Richard A. Walsh, III, MD
Dr. Walsh graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1994. He then completed an internship in General Surgery at Brown University. Completion of his urologic training was at the University of Colorado Heath Sciences Center. In addition to memberships in the American Urological Association and American Medical Association, Dr. Walsh has served as the physican representative to the panel on Prostate Cancer Awareness for southern Colorado and as a member of the Board of Directors for Victims Compensation for the Fourth Judicial District of Colorado. He is diplomat of the American Board of Urology and has special interests in Urologic Oncology and voiding dysfunction relating to surgical correction of urinary incontinence.
Watch Dr. Richard Walsh’s video: In this video, urologist Richard A. Walsh, III, MD, shares a bit about his medical background, special areas of interest, and personal philosophy of care.
Gary W. Bong, MD
Dr. Bong graduated from the Medical College of Virginia in 2004 and completed his General Surgery internship at the Medical University of South Carolina where he was awarded Intern of the Year. He completed his Urology training at MUSC in 2009 which emphasized minimally invasive oncologic surgery. He is proficient in laparoscopic surgery and is Chief of Robotic Urologic Surgery at St. Francis Medical Center including laparoscopic cryotherapy for kidney cancer and DaVinci Robotic Surgery including Robotic Prostatectomy and Robotic Cystectomy.
Watch Dr. Gary Bong’s video: In this video interview, urologist Gary W. Bong, MD, shares his medical background, medical areas of interest, and personal philosophy of care.
Henry Rosevear, MD
Dr. Rosevear graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 2007 with both academic and research distinction. He completed his General Surgery internship and his Urology residency at the University of Iowa in 2013. He has published over two dozen academic articles and numerous book chapters concentrating in urologic oncology. He is proficient in both laparoscopic and Da Vinci robotic surgery. Before attending medical school, he served as an officer onboard the fast attack submarine USS Pittsburgh (SSN 720). He participated in two deployments to the Persian Gulf including combat operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal and is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Watch Dr. Henry Rosevear’s video: In this video interview, urologist Henry Rosevear, MD, shares his medical and Navy background, special areas of interest, and personal philosophy of care.
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Whitney Snow, PA
Ms. Whitney Snow graduated from Saint Louis University in 2003 with her Master’s in Physician Assistant Medicine. She is board-certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. PA Snow has gained experience in Critical Care Medicine, Family Medicine and Urology during her career. Her focus in Urology has been centered around women’s urinary health, including urinary incontinence, atrophic vaginitis, pelvic pain, kidney stones and frequent urinary tract infections. PA Snow has more than 5 years of extensive Urology experience with male and female patients.
What Training Does an Urologist Have?
An urologist who practices in the US, must graduate from an approved medical school. After this, they complete a residency program, specializing in urology. This process usually takes five years to complete. The residency program must be accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Throughout the process of residency, doctors typically undergo three years in clinical urology and one year in the general surgery field. At the end of the training process, candidates are teamed up with a chief resident of urology and take on some clinical responsibility under their supervision.
Our Colorado Springs Urologists Have the Answers to Your Urologic Treatment Questions
Always talk to one of our board-certified urologists in Colorado Springs about the diagnosis or treatment for an urologic condition. We help you determine the best path for optimal, long-term health. Consult with your insurance provider for consultation coverage details.