Wenzler, David M.D.
My name is David Wenzler and I am a lifelong resident of southeastern Michigan. I was born in Grosse Pointe, and like many metro-Detroiters, I gradually made the trek westward with my family to Birmingham and then Brighton. I received my undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!) in 2003. I remained in Ann Arbor for my medical degree, completing that in 2007. My urology residency was completed at Beaumont Health in Royal Oak, MI in 2013. I took a break from a Michigan winter when I moved to San Diego, CA to complete my fellowship in robotic surgery and stone disease at the University of California San Diego.
I currently work out of offices in Southfield, Novi and Farmington Hills. I am on staff at Ascension Providence Hospitals in Southfield and Novi. My surgical interests include urologic endoscopy, stone procedures and minimally invasive surgery. I actively manage metabolic stone disease, with a specific interest in preventing stones (which can be quite inconvenient to those who suffer from them). Academically, I continue with clinical research and enjoy teaching my residents as Assistant Program Director of the urology residency out of Ascension Macomb Oakland.
I am a fitness enthusiast-especially enjoying swimming (both lap and open water) and indoor cycling. With the rest of my free time, I enjoy all things Michigan sports, golf, and spending time with my wife, two kids, and French Bulldog Lola. Time permitting, I’ll practice my German, which I am currently conversational in and hope to improve upon.
University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI
General Surgery Internship
Beaumont Health Royal Oak, MI
Beaumont Health Royal Oak, M
University of California San Diego San Diego, CA
Metabolic stone management
Urinary Stone Disease
Dr. James Anderson’s research is focused on clinical advancements in prenatal care. Several projects are ongoing including those evaluating clinical outcomes and measures of postoperative quality of life.
Most prominent publications:
“Renal Cell Carcinoma: Basics.” General Surgery Grand Rounds. Southfield, MI. April 2020.
“Prostate Cancer: A Primary.” Family Medicine Grand Rounds, Michigan State College of Osteopathic
Medicine. Southfield, MI. December 2019.
“Medical Management of Stone Disease.” Resident Teaching Rounds, St. John Macomb Hospital. Warren, MI.
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