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William J Harmon, MD

William J Harmon, MD

Urology
Dr. Harmon is a board-certified Urologist and subspecializes in robotic partial and radical nephrectomies and other minimally-invasive procedures. Harmon is highly regarded by his peers and patients for his surgical skills and bedside manner. In 2004, Urology San Antonio's then CEO, a fellow urologist, selected Harmon to perform his successful kidney cancer surgery. As a member at the nation's busiest kidney transplant program at the Texas Transplant Institute, Harmon is responsible for removing kidneys from healthy adult donors. Each week, he performs three to four living donor nephrectomies. Harmon is the medical director of Urology San Antonio and established the practice’s post-doctoral laparoscopic fellowship training program. In addition, he acts as a clinical assistant professor for local urology residents, providing hands on surgical instruction. Harmon earned his medical degree at the University of Chicago and completed his internship and residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Prior to beginning his career in private practice, he served in the United States Air Force Military Corps for four years. He and his wife Darla are blessed with five children. Specialties: Adrenal Tumors, Bladder Cancer, Enlarged Prostate, Kidney Cancer, Kidney Stones, Kidney Transplants, Laparoscopic Surgery, Robotic Surgery, Living Donor Kidney Removal, Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer

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Adrenal Gland Tumors

Bladder Cancer

Enlarged Prostate

Kidney Cancer

Kidney Stones

Kidney Transplantation

Laparoscopic Surgery

Living Donor Kidney Removal

Prostate Cancer

Robotic Surgery

Testicular Cancer

Tricare (Humana / Pbga)

Cigna

Medicaid

Medicare

Adrenal Gland Tumors

Bladder Cancer

Enlarged Prostate

Kidney Cancer

Kidney Stones

Kidney Transplantation

Laparoscopic Surgery

Living Donor Kidney Removal

Prostate Cancer

Robotic Surgery

Testicular Cancer