Satish Rangaswamy, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Satish Rangaswamy obtained his MD degree from Dalhousie University and specialty training at the University of Toronto. Dr. Rangaswamy is a consultant urologist in Kitchener-Waterloo with a special interest in voiding dysfunction and advanced prostate cancer therapy. He is involved in a number of clinical trials and is the lead urology assessor for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Peer Assessment program.
R. Blair Egerdie, MD, FRCSC
Dr. (Russell) Blair Egerdie is a leading voice in the study and treatment of male and female health issues. With his extensive clinical research experience Dr. Egerdie is a key opinion leader on the treatment of prostate cancer, overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, and various other diseases of the urinary and reproductive systems. A highly-trained specialist and prolific author, Dr. Egerdie compliments his private practice with speaking engagements and media appearances.
Shelley has been with the clinic since 2006, administrating injections for our prostate cancer patients and performing bladder scans. She welcomes any questions patients may have regarding their upcoming procedures, and is renowned for her warm approach.
Cheryl joined our clinic in August 2019 and has an extensive background in working with local Urologists. She is always ready to answer your questions and is of great assistance to our clinic. Her goal is to deliver the highest quality experience to you and your family.
Hala joined our clinic in May 2019 and has settled into the world of Urology. She has a background of working in Gynecology and brings exceptional work experience. She is trilingual and focuses on building strong patient relationships to ensure quality patient care.
Ximena has been with our clinic since 2017 and is another bilingual team member who came to us with work experience from our local hospitals and has brought invaluable assistance in bridging the gap between hospital and community clinic practices. She now uses this experience in a managerial role.