Dr. Eddie Kabarriti

Dr. Eddie Kabarriti
A native of Brooklyn, Dr. Kabarriti is a recent addition to the “Core Faculty”. During his Residency in Urology at University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Kabarriti developed a special interest in genito-urinary reconstruction. After completing his residency, he joined the staff at Coney Island Hospital and ascended in short order to the position of Chief of the Urology Service. Dr. Kabarriti’s advancement of the Urologic Services at Coney Island prompted the decision to incorporate Coney Island Hospital into our Resident Educational network. His research includes outcomes of treatment of LUTS and urethral reconstructive surgery.
Medical School:

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Residency:

Hospital University of Pennsylvania

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