Dr. Mohit Sirohi

Dr. Mohit Sirohi
Dr. Mohit Sirohi grew up in the Philadelphia region and earned his undergraduate degree from Widener University and medical degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. He completed his urologic residency training at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City. He then earned his fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy, and Robotic Surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School/Urology of Virginia in Virginia Beach. His expertise and interest in Urology includes not only general urology but also cases of cancer involving the prostate, kidney, and bladder. Dr. Sirohi has authored several peer-reviewed articles in well-recognized urology journals and presented at numerous conferences across the United States.
Medical School:

Temple University School of Medicine – Doctor of Medicine


Mount Sinai Beth Israel – General Surgery – New York, NY


Urology of Virginia/Eastern Virginia Medical School – Urology Endourological Fellowship in Laparoscopy/Robotics – Virginia Beach, VA


Widener University – Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

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