Dr. Nickolas Tomasic

Dr. Nickolas Tomasic
Nickolas Tomasic, MD, is a compassionate board-certified urologist at Advanced Urology Medical Offices in Westchester - Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, San Pedro, and Culver City, California. He enjoys working in the field of urology because it allows him to combine medical and surgical care in treating his patients. When they arrive for treatment, he sits down with them and listens to each of their symptoms and concerns to develop a conservative yet effective treatment plan. Dr. Tomasic, who is certified by the American Board of Urology, earned his medical degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. Following the completion of his degree, he finished his residency training in urology and general surgery at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Dr. Tomasic values education as the foundation of his practice and shares much of what he learned during his time at the university level with his patients today. To keep current on new and evolving information in his field, Dr. Tomasic is a member of numerous professional organizations. Currently, he holds memberships with the American Urological Association, the American Medical Association, the California Urological Society, the California Medical Association, and the Los Angeles County Medical Society. When he isn’t at one of the Advanced Urology Medical Offices removing kidney stones, treating bladder pain, or performing robotic surgeries, Dr. Tomasic instructs future urologists as a member of the faculty at the University of Southern California Institute of Urology. In his free time, he enjoys staying in shape with running, golf, and ocean sports.
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