Dr. Tyler Emley

M.D.

A board certified urologist practicing since 2007.

Dr. Emley was born in Michigan and grew up in New Hampshire. He graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University/Bloomington in 1995 with degrees in Biology and Sociology. He was selected for the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He completed his M.D. degree at Indiana University and was selected for the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. He did an internship in General Surgery and a residency in Urology at Indiana University, completing his training in 2007. He also works as an assistant adjunct clinical professor of Urology at Indiana University. Dr Emley’s areas of interest are laparoscopic kidney surgery, endoscopic and percutaneous treatment of urinary stones, minimally invasive management of BPH and advanced prostate cancer.

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