Dr. Howard Lynn

Dr. Howard Lynn
Dr. Lynn is a Board Certified Urologist practicing in Western Suffolk for the past 20 years. He received his BS and MD degrees from the Union College/Albany Medical College Six Year Biomedical Program in 1984. He was trained at North Shore University Hospital as a General Surgical Intern and Montefiore Medical Center as a surgical resident from 1984-1986. He completed his Urological training at Montefiore/Albert Einstein Medical Center. He served as Chief Resident from 1989-1990. Dr. Lynn practices general urology but has special interest in early detection and treatment of genital urinary tumors and the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy and urinary stone disease. He is a member of the American Urological Association and has privileges at St. Catherine’s Hospital, Mather Hospital, and St. Charles Hospital.
Medical School:

Albany Medical College

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