Dr. Arpeet Shah

Dr. Arpeet Shah
Dr. Shah brings a wealth of leading-edge knowledge and experience to his compassionate care. He is a prolific and expert researcher, writer and presenter on a variety of urological and related topics, including urological obstructions and stenting, the effect of opioid dependence, tumors and infection. Dr. Shah speaks many different languages, including English, Gujurati, Hindi and Spanish, and was an International volunteer with Unite for Sight Global Impact Fellow. He has also served as a Research Assistant, University of Illinois at Chicago/Pierce Biotechnology. Dr. Shah served on the Development of Urban Health Outreach Program with the University of Illinois at Chicago Urban Medicine Program. Dr. Shah currently is a member of the University of Chicago Ingalls Memorial Hospital Executive Surgical Committee, Advocate South Suburban Surgical Peer Review Committee, University of Chicago Ingalls Memorial Hospital Surgical Executive Committee and Advocate Physician Partners QURE Urology Quality Project Developer. When he's not in the office, Dr. Shah enjoys playing golf, listening to music and concerts, as well as playing drums and piano. He also likes to travel and bikes.

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Medical School:

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine


Loyola University Medical Center - Chief Resident, Urology


Loyola University Medical Center, in Endourology and Minimally Invasive Surgery


University of Illinois at Chicago

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