Welcome to Bergen Urological Associates
In Loving Memory of
Dr. Stuart H. Levey
10/8/1942 - 9/9/2014
It is with deep regret that we inform our patients of the sudden passing of
Dr. Stuart Levey.
Dr. Levey was a senior partner, having joined Bergen Urological Associates in 1975. He was a urological surgeon at Hackensack University Medical Center and a professor of urology at Rutgers Medical School.
Dr. Levey enjoyed the games of golf and tennis. More importantly he loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren, who he adored.
He will be sadly missed by his colleagues and staff for his caring nature, concern for his patients and witty sense of humor.
Memorial donations "In Memory of Dr. Stuart Levey" has been set up by his family at: Click here for donations
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Bergen Urological Associates (BUA) is a urology practice based in Hackensack, New Jersey, dedicated to providing patients with high quality urological care. BUA has been in existence for over fifty years and includes board-certified urologists Dr. Andrew Siegel, Dr. Stuart Levey, and Dr. Martin Goldstein. We practice out of one office and are affiliated with Hackensack University Medical Center, Metropolitan Surgicenter (Hackensack), and The Stone Center (Newark).
Our practice has 16 employees including: two full-time medical doctors who function as medical assistants, a full-time registered nurse with over 25 years of urology experience, and a full-time ultrasound technologist. Our office is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology, such that a full range of urological procedures and testing can be performed on site. We offer office-based pathology, laboratory, ultrasound imaging, video-cystoscopy, urodynamics, prostate biopsies, and other minor surgical procedures. BUA is proud of its efficiency and courteous, supportive, and attentive staff, with patient privacy and comfort being of paramount importance to us. Our goal is to deliver the highest quality urological care in a sensitive, compassionate, and personal manner.
A urologist is a physician and a surgeon who has been trained to treat disorders of the male and female urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra) and the male reproductive system (prostate gland, penis and scrotum, and testicles). The following is a summary of the educational training of a urologist: After completing four years of college, a urologist-to-be must pursue four years of medical school. After graduating from medical school, two years of residency training in general surgery are embarked upon before entering a urology residency. After completion of a four year urology residency, an optional extra year of training, referred to as a fellowship, may be undertaken in any of a number of highly specialized area of urology.
We give our best to those we serve showing compassion and respect. We are committed to fulfilling our roles with integrity and responsible use of resources.|