Dr. Gregory Bernstein

Dr. Gregory Bernstein
Dr. Gregory Bernstein is a board certified urologist with Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group. He attended Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA and graduated in 1998. Prior to attending medical school, he also earned a Master of Arts in Medical Science from Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA in 1994. Having attended medical school on a Health Professions Scholarship from the US Army, Dr. Bernstein went on to do his internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. Following internship, he spent two years as a General Medical Officer. Dr Bernstein then returned to Walter Reed Army Medical Center where he completed his urology residency in June of 2006. Following residency, Dr. Bernstein was assigned to Dewitt Army Hospital in Fort Belvoir, VA where he served as the Chief of Urology for 5 years. During this time he was named as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. In addition to practicing at Dewitt Army Hospital, Dr. Bernstein held privileges and actively practiced urology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Malcolm Grow Medical Center. In June 2011, Dr. Bernstein resigned his commission from the US Army in order to join the Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group Urology. Dr Bernstein is currently a member of the Virginia Hospital Center medical staff. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Urological Association and the Mid-Atlantic Section of the American Urological Association and the Washington Urological Society. Dr. Bernstein has authored many journal articles and meeting abstracts and has lectured locally on various urological topics. In addition to his general urological expertise and focus on men’s health, Dr. Bernstein also has extensive experience treating enlarged prostates (BPH) and male infertility, in addition to vasectomy reversal. Dr. Bernstein was recently named in Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2021 TOP DOCTORS.

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Medical School:

Boston University School of Medicine


Walter Reed Army Medical Center


Vanderbilt University

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