We are composed of Board certified, well-respected urologists who specialize in a wide range of urologic diseases.
Dr. Etwaru is the acting chairman of the Urology Department at The Brooklyn Hospital Center and chief of urology at the Woodhull Medical Center and is Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology at SUNY Downstate Medical School. He is a graduate of Hunter College and went to medical school at SUNY-Stonybrook Medical Center. Prior to his Urological training he completed an internal medicine residency program at Winthrop University Hospital. He obtained his general surgical training and urological training at the SUNY-Downstate Medical Center and joined Brooklyn Hospital in 1995. He is currently board certified in both Internal Medicine and Urology. Dr. Etwaru has a particular interest in treatment of female voiding dysfunction, incontinence and minimally invasive treatments of kidney stones.
Dr. Lipyansky joined The Brooklyn Hospital in 2007. He graduated Mount Sinai School of Medicine and did his residency training at SUNY Downstate. Dr Lipyansky’s area of interest includes laprascopic surgery, cryosyrgery for prostate cancer and minimally invasive treatment of benign prostatic enlargement.
Dr. Mallett is currently director of urology of the Central Brooklyn Medical Group and maintains a thriving private practice with Plaza Urological Associates in Brooklyn. He was formerly head of infertility at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center and assistant professor of urology at Albert Einstein College of medicine. Dr. Mallett is board certified in Urology, is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Dr. Mallett obtained his medical degree from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and did his residency training in general surgery and urological surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Hospital Medical center in New York City. He had further training in microsurgery and male infertility at the Southern Illinois School of medicine in Chicago. His particular interest is in treating male infertility and brachytherapy for prostate cancer. Additionally, he maintains an active interest in general men's health issues.