Dr. Brian Cronson

Dr. Brian Cronson
Dr Brian Cronson was born in the suburbs of Chicago, IL. From an early age he began travelling to the Tampa region for family vacations and fell in love with the area. Dr Cronson completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia, and is a big fan of collegiate athletics. He returned home to Illinois to complete his medical training at the University of Illinois College of Medicine before moving on to residency training at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. There he had exposure to advanced robotics and oncology training under the tutelage of several world experts. Dr Cronson’s areas of interest include all facets of general urology, especially kidney stone disease. He has advanced training in the treatment of kidney and adrenal tumors, and maintains a close relationship with renowned doctors in the field. He utilizes the latest techniques in minimally invasive surgery (including laparoscopic robotic surgery) to treat both benign and malignant kidney disease, with the goal of obtaining excellent outcomes for his patients with the shortest possible recovery time. Dr Cronson is board-certified in Urology, and is a member of The Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association, the Florida Medical Association and the Hillsborough County Medical Association.

Languages Spoken:

English, Spanish

Medical School:

University of Illinois College of Medicine


Temple university hospital

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