Dr. David Hochberg is a board-certified diplomat of the American Board of Urology. He is Chief of Urology at Tampa’s premier medical center, St. Joseph’s Hospital, and is a Clinical Assistant professor of Urogynecology at the University of South Florida School of Medicine, for the treatment of female incontinence. He is one of Tampa’s most experienced robotic surgeons using the da Vinci Surgical System for the treatment of prostate cancer, and has served as a proctor for urologists learning this procedure. Other areas of interest include minimally invasive laser treatment for enlarged prostate (Greenlight, Prolieve, Holmium, Indigo), medical and surgical treatment of urinary stones, vasectomy and vasectomy-reversal.
Dr. Hochberg received a B.A. from Tulane University and his medical degree (M.D.) from the University of Miami School of Medicine. His graduate medical training was at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, including additional clinical and research clerkships at Cornell-New York Hospital and Toronto’s Hospital For Sick Children.
Dr. Timothy Weber is a board-certified diplomat of the American Board of Urology. His areas of interest include robotic-assisted and laparoscopic surgery for diseases of the prostate, kidney and female pelvic organ prolapse. Additionally, he has expertise in the medical and surgical management of male erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency, and stone disease. He is trained and experienced in the most recent surgical techniques for BPH, including laser prostatectomy. Female pelvic health, voiding dysfunction/incontinence are commonly treated by Dr. Weber and he offers Interstim Therapy to select patients with urinary urgency and frequency who qualify for the procedure.
Following graduation from the United States Military Academy at West Point, he served for five years active duty in the U.S. Army, where he distinguished himself as a Ranger-qualified Infantry officer. Following his military service, he returned home to Florida to pursue his medical degree at the University of South Florida. He remained in Tampa for his surgical internship and urologic surgical training at U.S.F.