Dr. Eric Thall grew up on Long Island. He graduated cum laude from the City University of New York – Queens College in 1987 with Honors in Mathematics and English. He attended the State University of New York at Downstate Medical College graduating with honors and as a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society in 1991. Dr. Thall served as a resident in General Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York from 1991 to 1993. He continued his training at Mount Sinai serving as a resident in Urology from 1993-1996 and as Chief Resident of Urology from July 1996 through June 1997.
During his training, Dr. Thall participated in both clinical and laboratory research, leading to international recognition in peer review journals. He has presented his work at such prestigious venues as the American College of Surgeons and the American Urological Association national conferences. His work in kidney cancer research earned him a Valentines Essay Research Award from the New York Academy of Science in conjunction with the New York Chapter of The American Urological Association and The National Kidney Foundation.
Upon concluding his training at Mount Sinai, Dr. Thall and his family relocated to Long Island. He introduced Laparoscopic Urology to the South Shore and continues to provide cutting edge Laparoscopic Surgery to his patients locally. Dr. Thall has served on the board of the Medical Staff at South Nassau Communities Hospital (SNCH) and Mercy Medical Center. He is currently the Director of the Department of Urology at Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Thall has served as a faculty lecturer in Urology to both medical students and residents for The New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at Long Beach Hospital, Nassau University Hospital at SNCH, and the Family Practice residency program at SNCH.
While practicing general adult and pediatric urology, Dr. Thall has a particular interest and expertise in female urology, urological oncology, and endoscopic/laparoscopic urology. With admitting privileges at a number of institutions including North Shore University Hospital – Manhasset, Mercy Medical Center, Long Beach Hospital, and South Nassau Communities Hospital, Dr. Thall offers his patients access to all of the newest technologies including: shock wave lithotripsy for kidney stones, holmium laser lithotripsy for difficult stone cases, minimally invasive green light laser prostatectomy, cryosurgical and radiofrequency treatment of renal tumors, and advanced adult and pediatric laparoscopy.
Dr. Thall sees patients at both the main Rockville Centre location as well as the satellite Long Beach Office. Office hours are available by appointment for Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and some Sundays.
“Evening hours are available on Monday and Thursday.”