Dr. Petar Bajic

Dr. Petar Bajic
Dr. Petar Bajic is the Center Director for Men's Health at the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. A board-certified urologist with fellowship training in men's sexual and urinary dysfunction, he also serves as an Assistant Professor of Urology at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Dr. Bajic received his medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine, and completed his urology residency training at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He then went on to complete a fellowship in Andrology and Male Genital Reconstructive Surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Bajic is the chair of the Young Clinicians Committee of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and holds committee appointments in several national and international professional organizations. He is an avid researcher in the areas of sexual and urinary dysfunction, and is involved in patient advocacy efforts on the national and state levels. As Director of the Center for Men's Health, Dr. Bajic oversees the center's operations, including clinical care, research, and education. He is committed to advancing the field of men's health and improving access to cutting edge men's health care. Dr. Bajic specializes in treating men for erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease (penile curvature), sexual and urinary dysfunction due to cancer treatment, low testosterone, vasectomy, and prostate issues.
Medical School:

University of Toledo College of Medicine


Loyola University Chicago


Rush University Chicago

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