Dr. Narendra Narepalem

Dr. Narendra Narepalem
Dr. Narepalem attended Creighton University and the University of Iowa College of Medicine. He completed his urological residency and was chief resident at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Narepalem has a strong interest in laparoscopy, robotics, endourology, in addition to general urology. He has published and presented numerous papers regarding laparoscopic surgery and stone disease.
Medical School:

University of Iowa School of Medicine


Barnes-Jewish Hospital - Washington University School of Medicine

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