Harvey Gutman, MD, FACS

Harvey Gutman MD FACS - Urologist

Dr. Gutman graduated from SUNY Buffalo University Magna Cum Laud and a Member of Phi Beta Kappa. He then earned his MD at the SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine. He completed a surgical internship at Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center. His Urological training and degree were obtained at New York University Medical Center. This included training at Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital in Urologic Oncology and advanced training is Sexual Dysfunction.

He has been in practice in the Smithtown area for over 25 years. During that time he has been active in many community and hospital services including President of the Medical Staff at St. John’s Hospital, community speaking and education services, and annual Prostate Screening.

Dr. Gutman is on the Medical staff of St. Catherine’s Medical Center, John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, St. Charles Hospital, Huntington Hospital, and Stony Brook Hospital.

Dr. Gutman is Board Certified in Urology and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Urology Association, American Association of Clinical Urologists, and the New York State and Suffolk County Medical Societies.

His practice encompasses all aspects of Urology with particular interests in prostate disease, stone disease, and sexual dysfunction.

Mark Stein, MD, FACS

Mark Stein MD FACS - Urologist

gold-metal-starChosen one of Castle Connolly’s 2014 “Top Doctors”

Postgraduate Work:
7/96 – Present
Private Practice Urology: Advanced Urology, PC

7/90 – 6/96
Assistant Professor of Urology, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Director of Neuro-urology and Incontinence

6/02 – 5/10
Assistant Professor of Urology, St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center/New York Medical College
Director of Neuro-urology and Incontinence

Hospital Privileges:
Beth Israel Medical Center 7/97 – present
NY Westchester Square Medical Center 7/96 – present
St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center 6/02 – 5/10
Montefiore Medical Center 7/90 – 6/00

M.D. Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, 1980 – 1984
B.S. City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY, 1976 – 1980

Post-Graduate Training:
Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
- Urology Residency 1986 – 1990
- Surgery Residency 1984 – 1986

Female Urology/Neuro-urology
Dr. Shlomo Raz, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA – January 1989

Dr. Jerry Blaivas, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons – August 1990

Dr. Edward McGuire, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI – September 1990

Awards and Honors:
F.C. Valentine Residents’ Research Award, New York Academy of Medicine
1st Prize
Miscellaneous Category – April 1988
“When is Further ALG Administration Futile?”

Bronx Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
1st Prize
Research – May 1988

Jonas Salk Medical Research Scholarship

New York State Regents Medical Scholarship

Research (Recent Sponsored):
Allergan – phase II placebo controlled study of bladder Botox for the treatment of urge incontinence.

Pfizer – phase IV placebo controlled study of Detrol and tamasulosin for the treatment of overactive bladder in men.

Glaxo SmithKlein – phase IV follow up study of Levitra for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in diabetic hypertensives.

NIH – Biofeedback for the treatment of urge incontinence in women with multiple sclerosis. This study was part of a large multicenter grant.

Publications (peer review):

Kovner, A.R. and Stein, M. The Hospitalist Physician. Health Services Management: A Book of Cases, Fifth Edition. Health Administration Press, 1997.

Serels, S.R. and Stein, M. Meta-Analysis of Four Different Surgical Treatments for Stress Urinary Incontinence. Accepted for publication, Canadian Journal of Urology.

Serels, S.R., Stein, M and Chamberlin, J. Cross-over Study Comparing Hyoscyamine, Doxazosin and Combination Therapy For The Treatment of Urgency and Frequency in Women. Accepted for publication. Neurology and Urodynamics.

Stein, M., DiScippio, W., Davia, M., and Taub, H. Biofeedback for the Treatment of Urge and Stress Incontinence. Journal of Urology 125:641-643, March 1995.

Stein, M., Anderson, C., Ricciardi, R., Chamberlin J.W. and Glicklich, D. Penile Gangrene Associated with Chronic Renal Failure; Report of Seven Cases and Review of the Literature. Journal of Urology. 152:2014-2016. December 1994

Stein, M., Chamberlin, J.W., Gladstein, M. and Lerner, S. The Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in the Neurologically Impaired Patient. Journal of Neurologic Rehabilitation 7:63-71, June 1994

Taub, H. and Stein, M. Bladder Distension Therapy for Symptomatic Relief of Frequency and Urgency: A Ten Year Review. Urology 43:36-49, January 1994

Stein, M., Lubetkin, D., Taub, H., Skinner, W.K., Kreutzer, E. and Haberman, J. The Effects of Intraurethral Lidocaine Anesthetic and Patient Anxiety on Pain Perception During Cystoscopy. Journal of Urology 151:1518-1521, June 1994

Stein, M. Laor, E., Tolia, B., and Reid, R. Unusual Case of Renal Candida Fungus Balls. Urology 41: 49-51. January 1993

Stein, M. and Weinberg, J. Polypropylene vs Polytetrafuoroethylene Suture for Endoscopic Bladder Neck Suspension. Urology 38: 119-122. August 1991

Stein, M., Tiefer, L. and Melman, A. Follow-up Observations of Operated Male-to-Female Transexuals. Journal of Urology 143: 1188-1192, June 1990

Stein, M., Matas, A., Telis, V., Quinn, T., Karwa, G. and Vein, V. When is Further ALG Administration Futile? Transplantation 46:3, September 1988.

Publications (non-peer review)
Stein, M. and Serels, S.R. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy. Resident and Staff Physician 28-35, November 1995

Editorial Responsibility:
Administrative Editor, Practical Reviews in Urology 1994 – 1998.

Reviewer, Journal of Urology 2005 – 2008

New York 163036, 7/85 – present
DEA BS0409032

Fellow American College of Surgeons
Member, American Urological Association
Member, New York Section of the AUA
Member, Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology
Member, Sexual Medicine Society
Member, New York Urological Society
Diplomate, American Board of Urology 2/92-2/12. Certificate# 10361
Member AMA
Member, New York State Medical Society

Steven M. Berman, MD

Steven M. Berman MD - Urologist

gold-metal-starChosen one of Castle Connolly’s 2014 “Top Doctors”

Educational Background:

SUNY Downstate – Brooklyn, NY
Degree: MD
Dates Attended: 1/78 – 6/81
Year Awarded: 1981

Yeshiva University – New York
Degree: BA
Dates Attended: 1975 – 1978
Year Awarded: 1978

Professional Positions and Employment
Post-doctoral Training
Internship/General Surgery
Montefiore – Einstein Medical Center
7/81 – 6/83

Urology Residency
Montefiore – Enstein Medical Center
7/83 – 6/86

Academic Positions
Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology
New York Medical College
1/99 – 6/12

Hospital Positions
Associate Attending
Beth Israel Medical Center
7/86 – Present

Licensure, Board Certification, Malpractice

Licensure: New York State #151110 – Issued 1981 – Expiration 10/31/2010

DEA: #AB2231520

Board Certification: American Board of Urology – #9257 – Expiration 2/28/2018

Malpratice Insurance: Hospital Insurance Company, Inc.

Professional Memberships

AMA – 1987 – 2009
AUA – 1989 – 2009
NY Section AUA – 2989 – 2009
American Association of Clinical Urologists – 2000 – 2009

Institution/Hospital Affiliations

Primary Hospital Affiliation: Beth Israel Medical Center
Other Hospital Affiliation: St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Westchester Square Medical Center

Employment Status

Advanced Urology, LLP – Voluntary

Current/Past Institutional Responsibilities

Teaching: Resident Training
Location: Beth Israel Medical Center
Dates: 1990 – 2000
Percent Effort: 10% Teaching, 90% Clinical Care


1. Berman S, Toila B, Urachal Remnants in Adults. Urology Volume XXXI 1988;1.

2. Berman S, Reid R, Continence Mechanizms Following Transphinteric Uretheroplasty. EUR Urology 1988; 15:66-68.

3. Berman S. Preliminary Results of Radiation Therapy of Prostate Cancer in HIV Positive Patients. Urology 2007.