Dr. O'Keefe received his certification from the American Board of Urology in 2006. He is a member of the American Urologic Association, the American Medical Association and The Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. He is on the medical staff at St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham. Dr. O'Keefe treats all urological disorders, with a special interest in prostate cancer, kidney cancer, and female incontinence surgery.
Dr. Reznicek treats all urological disorders with a special interest in treating erectile dysfunction, management of complex kidney stones, urological cancers, and robotic surgery. Over the course of his five years at Maryland, he trained under Dr. Andrew Kramer, one of the highest volume penile prosthesis surgeons in the US, providing Dr. Reznicek with a diverse and unique experience with respect to treating erectile dysfunction. In addition to his penile prosthesis surgical experience, he has also authored several papers on prosthetic urology in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. His training also provided him with extensive experience performing "tubeless" PCNL in the management of large and complex kidney stones and robotic experience with a focus in the treatment of kidney and prostate cancers. He is board eligible for the American Board of Urology.
Dr. Roeter returns to Bellingham after 10 long years away. He grew up in Spokane and moved to Vancouver, WA in 1998. After completing his undergraduate degree at WWU in 2006, he attended the University of Miami for medical school. During residency, he trained in urology at Wayne State University in Detroit. Dr. Roeter then specialized in minimally invasive and robotic urology under the tutelage of Dr. Inderbir Gill at the University of Southern California, one of the busiest robotics programs in the world.
Dr. Roeter treats all adult urologic conditions including enlarged prostate, kidney stones, and robotic approaches to prostate, kidney, and bladder cancer. He is board eligible by the American Board of Urology. During his free time, he enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and chasing his three young sons with help from his wife Caitlin, a fellow Viking.
In addition to her general urology training, she has training in the newest da Vinci robotic technology, pediatric urology and female urology and pelvic floor health, including both surgical and non-surgical treatment of prolapse and incontinence. In her free time she enjoys traveling, teaching herself to cook and quilt, and back country skiing with her husband and dog.