Dr. Edward "Ted" Capoccia

M.D.

Dr. Capoccia was born and raised in Kansas City. He attended the University of Kansas for his undergraduate education and majored in human biology. He completed his medical school training at the University of Kansas School of Medicine where he was selected as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. He moved to Chicago where he completed his urologic residency at Rush University Medical Center in 2020. He then went to Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago and completed a one year fellowship in Endourology. His areas of interest include robotic surgery, endoscopic and percutaneous treatment of stone disease, and BPH. He enjoys date nights with his wife, watching football, and playing golf.

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