Dr. Greggory Peifer

Dr. Greggory Peifer
Greggory Peifer, DO is a urologist at East Valley Urology Center in Mesa, AZ. Dr. Peifer has an interest in minimally invasive surgery including endoscopic and robotic surgery. Dr Peifer has been trained in all aspects of urological surgery with particular emphasis on robotic assisted surgery. He has been involved in many research projects including national award winning presentations and peer-reviewed journal publications. His latest presentation on Low Pressure Pneumoperitoneum for robotic surgery occurred at the Virtual 2020 AUA International Conference. Dr. Peifer grew up in Mesa, AZ. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. He remained in Arizona for medical school and received his Doctor of Osteopathy from Midwestern University in Glendale Arizona where he graduated with honors. After medical school he moved to Michigan and completed his 5 year urological surgery residency at Metro Health University of Michigan Health. He is very excited to be back home in Arizona caring for patients in the East Valley. When Dr. Peifer is not providing patient care, he spends his free time with his family. They enjoy the outdoors together including swimming, boating, and dirt bike riding.
Medical School:

Midwestern University

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