“Dr. Seftel joins Cooper University Hospital with vast experience in men’s health and at Cooper will work to enhance the men’s health services already being offered,” said Carolyn E. Bekes, M.D., Chief Medical Officer at Cooper. “He brings with him significant clinical expertise as well as skill and experience as an educator. Dr. Seftel is also an accomplished and innovative researcher and we’re proud that he will be continuing his important work at Cooper.”
Dr. Seftel specializes in treating men with prostate and urinary issues, and is a world renowned expert in the field of sexual medicine. He is the current editor of the International Journal of Impotence Research and editor of the Journal of Urology’s urologic survey section on andrology, male and female sexual function. He is also an editorial board member of the Journal of Andrology, Postgraduate Medicine and Current Surgery.
Nationally, Dr. Seftel directs and lectures on office-based urologic medicine at the American Urological Association annual meeting. He has particular interest in treating men with low testosterone levels and is researching innovative approaches to treating this medical condition.
Dr. Seftel joins Cooper from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH, where he was a tenured professor of Urology, and Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center where he served as chief of the Section of Urology. In addition, Dr. Seftel was an attending physician for University Hospitals of Cleveland.
Dr. Seftel earned his medical degree from State University of New York (SUNY) Health Science Center in Brooklyn, NY. He completed his residency training in surgery at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY, and his urology residency at SUNY Health Science Center and Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Seftel also completed fellowship training at Boston University School of Medicine where he was a Scholar in Impotence for the American Foundation of Urologic Disease.
Dr. Seftel is seeing patients in Marlton, Voorhees and Camden, NJ.