At Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Urology, our top priority remains the care of our patients. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are emphasizing the use of Video Visits to provide a safe, effective, secure, and convenient way to provide care. Video Visits allows us to continue to fulfill our mission to provide best-in-class care for all of our patients.
New and existing patients will have direct access to Dr. Graham through a smartphone (preferred) or computer. Our patients will receive instructions to a unique, secure, and private link to access the Video Visit session once the appointment is scheduled.
Nearly all of our visits are being performed via Video Visit at this time. During the Video Visit with Dr. Graham, he will determine if an in-person office visit is needed.
Please call our office at (718) 230-7788 to schedule a private Video Visit today.
Click on the links below for more information and instructions on how to inititate your Video Visit.
John N. Graham, Jr., M.D. is an Assistant Professor of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine. He joined the surgical staff after completing the prestigious Felix and Mildred Yip Fellowship in Advanced Robotics, Laparoscopy, and Urologic Oncology at the USC Institute of Urology, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California. He completed his residency at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.
Dr. Graham has fellowship training in complex robotic approaches to malignant or benign pathology in the kidney, ureter, bladder, prostate, and other retroperitoneal processes. He also has experience in providing cutting edge technology for benign prostatic hyperplasia.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Graham has a specific interest in education. He has experience as a reviewer for peer-reviewed international scientific journals, has presented at national meetings, and is published in peer-reviewed academic journals. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology, a member of the American Urology Association, the American College of Surgeons, and the Society of Robotic Surgery.
Dr. Graham has been working within the Brooklyn community for over 5 years. He and his wife call New York home. He is a sports enthusiast and is a former captain of the Syracuse University Men’s Cross Country and Track & Field teams.
Empathy and compassion are the hallmarks of my care. Medicine can be intimidating and confusing. When developing an evidence-based plan of care that is individualized for each patient, I am committed to communicating clearly in layman’s terms. I feel it is important to ensure a patient feels empowered, understands their diagnosis, available options, and is comfortable moving forward with care.
"My dad had a major surgery and Dr. Graham supported us the whole way through. He is an amazing doctor and person. Beside manner immaculate. I am so appreciative of what he has done for my dad. I will surly refer him. Thank you, you are truly appreciated!!!" - Denee M. via Google
"Dr. Graham is a truly remarkable surgeon and overall doctor. He successfully operated on my father for a major surgery. He has great bedside manner, is very professional and responsible, incredibly knowledgeable about anything urology and truly cares about his patient's wellbeing along with their families. He is a doctor who patient's can always contact with any questions and concerns and you can truly rely on him and his medical opinion. Will recommend him to anyone who is in need of urological medical care." - Inna G. via Healthgrades
"Dr. Graham has operated on my father and I can attest that he was most attentive, caring and professional. He is always available to answer our questions, return our phone calls, and visit my father after the surgery. Caring and professional are the best words to describe him." - via Google
"Incredibly Professional. Could not have asked for a better bedside manner." - via Google
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