Bilal Chughtai, MD is an Associate Professor of Urology and an Associate Professor of Urology in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine. He is also an Associate Attending Urologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Chughtai specializes in Voiding Dysfunction, Female Urology, and Neurourology.
Dr. Chughtai treats the body as a cohesive system with a focus on urological care. He believes it is just as important to address immediate symptoms as it is to examine the underlying causes of the urological complaint. Dr. Chughtai engages his patients in a manner that improves their present urological conditions and actively involves them in their future wellbeing. The effectiveness of his medical and surgical treatment relies heavily on strong doctor/patient relationships, and on the patient's resolve to make healthy changes. As Dr. Chughtai's patient, you are promised a passionate and supportive partnership to understand your urological condition.
Prior to his arrival at Weill Cornell/NewYork-Presbyterian, Dr. Chughtai completed his Residency in General Surgery and Urology at Albany Medical Center, followed by a Fellowship in Female Urology, Neurourology, and Voiding Dysfunction at Weill Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He earned his Doctor of Medicine at State University of New York at Stony Brook after graduating Magna cum Laude from New York University with a major in Biological Sciences.
Dr. Chughtai is also an active researcher. He has served as primary & co-investigator in numerous studies. He has published over 160 peer-reviewed articles, authored chapters and books, and has presented at numerous prestigious national meetings.
Dr. Chughtai maintains a successful urological practice in both men and women. If you are interested in a consultation with Dr. Chughtai, please call to set up an appointment at (646) 962-4811.
"Dr. Chughtai has been awarded Top Urologist in New York certifications by MD rating organizations for a reason: his top priority is to satisfy his patients needs. For this goal, he is up to date on research and new technologies related to his specialities. No surprise here for a highly qualified professor at Weill Cornell. When I told him how skeptical I am of taking pills, and asked for other options, right away he gave me one that sounded so good that I just went for it." - Dario Z. via Google
"Dr. Chughtai is very responsive and compassionate. He calls me right back to answer my concerns. He is very attentive to my needs and offers solutions." - Laura. F via Google
"Dr. Chugtai is an outstanding urologist and tops in his field. He is extremely knowledgeable with a scientific mind. He communicates in a down to earth fashion and always has the total welfare of the patient in mind." - Paul C. via Healthgrades on May 11, 2018
"He spends a lot of time answering all of your questions, always returns a message to call back, has excellent bedside manner, young but extremely knowledgeable with a holistic approach. He evens walks you out of the office to the administrative staff at the end of you’re visit, need I say more about Dr. Chugtai." - Melissa on Jan 17, 2018 via Healthgrades
"Absolutely one of the best physicians I have ever known, and I've known quite a few. Technically, one of the smartest by a wide margin. I would trust this doctor with my life, not just my prostate. Bedside manner is important in this specialty especially if one's never been to a urologist before. Dr. Chughtai could not be any better in this department. He puts the patient at ease, conveys a sense of caring but always at the highest most professional level possible which itself is reassuring. A++" - Ed on Aug 23, 2017 via Healthgrades
"Dr. Chughtai is a compassionate highly skilled physician. He is sensitive to the emotional ramifications to urological health." - PH on Oct 08, 2016 via Healthgrades
"Very patient and kind doctor. He explained everything thoroghly, did not rush me nor alarm me unnecessarily and i left feeling confident in him." - Anonymous on April 8, 2016 via Vitals
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