North Country Hospital has a New Urologist
It’s bad enough to be sick, but it’s worse to have to travel when you need medical care. No longer will most area people need to venture outside the region for their urological needs. North Country Surgical Associates is pleased to announce the arrival of Cengiz Esenler, MD.
Dr. Esenler joins three other surgeons at the Newport practice which is located on Medical Village Drive on the North Country Hospital campus. The other surgeons are Drs. Larry Sisson, Mark Meredith, and Randall Zuckerman. Dr. Esenler, who will be seeing patients in his Newport office on Wednesdays, is now accepting patients.
“The people here have been great to work with,” Dr. Esenler said. “They have been very accommodating.” He has also enjoyed meeting his new patients.
His colleagues at North Country Surgical Associates can’t say enough about their new doctor.
“We’re happy to have him here,” Linda Quarmby said. “Dr. Esenler is very easy to work with and he is filling a very important need in the area.” Linda is the practice manger.
Certified by the American Board of Surgery & Urology, the doctor brings with him a wealth of experience in healthcare to North Country. In addition to working here, he is on staff at Fletcher Allen Medical Center. He is also an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
Dr. Esenler earned his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec followed by a graduate degree in biology from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio. That was followed by a residency in urology at McGill University.
Dr. Esenler, who was born in Chicago but grew up in Ohio, was literally born into the world of medicine. His father was a doctor of internal medicine and his mother was a pediatrician. “They were a big influence on me,” he said. “I was never told or forced to become a physician, but because I lived with it I was drawn to it. It was a natural progression.” He became interested in urology in medical school.
Urologists diagnose and treat disorders of the urinary system including issues relating to the bladder, kidneys, prostate, including urological cancers. Dr. Esenler also performs vasectomies.
As with other health problems, Dr. Esenler emphasized that early diagnosis and treatment of urological disorders is important. And early detection of cancer can mean the difference between life and death. Talk to your primary care physician if you think you could benefit from Dr. Esenler’s services.
Welcome to North Country Dr. Esenler.
Dr. Cengiz Esenler, urologist at North Surgical Associates. is a new