Dr. Tyler McClintock

Dr. Tyler McClintock
Tyler McClintock, MD, is an experienced urologist with the team at Midtown Urology Associates in Austin, Texas. Dr. McClintock grew up in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. He received a Bachelor of Science at Johns Hopkins University and went on to earn his medical degree and a Master of Science in clinical investigation from New York University. For his master’s thesis, he conducted research in Bangladesh on the effects of environmental exposures on various chronic diseases, including bladder cancer. After medical school, Dr. McClintock relocated to Boston to complete a general surgery internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, followed by a residency in the Harvard Program in Urology. During his time in Boston, he also received a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. Dr. McClintock is passionate about providing the highest level of comprehensive general urologic care to his patients with a kind and approachable bedside manner. This includes vasectomies, management of enlarged prostates, kidney stone treatment, and improving erectile function, among other services. Throughout his career in urology, Dr. McClintock has conducted extensive research on the pricing of surgical services. This has led to dozens of articles in prestigious academic journals and presentations at both national and international meetings. Outside of work, Dr. McClintock enjoys spending time with his fiancé and two ragdoll cats. He has a passion for college football and follows the Florida State Seminoles religiously. He is a food and wine enthusiast, having even completed a professional wine & spirits certification and working as a wine consultant during his time living in Manhattan.
Medical School:

New York University School of Medicine

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