Jeffrey A. Pearl MD
"Dr. Pearl was completely attentive to all of my needs and concerns. His manner was very calming and caring. He was concerned for my comfort during the exam and asked me to let him know if there was any pain during the exam. I felt the the exam was comprehensive and comfortable.It was a pleasure to meet Dr. Pearl and the staff was also extremely nice and friendly. The appointment was a very good experience for me.Later that day Dr. Pearl called to let me know the results of a previous test. I thought that the call from him personally was very nice."
Jeffrey A. Pearl MD
Dr. Pearl received his undergraduate degree in Bioengineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign and went on from there to Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL. He completed his general surgical internship at Northwestern and his urology residency at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. While at Emory, Dr. Pearl’s in depth training spanned the breadth of urology practice including the management of stone disease, urologic oncology, benign prostatic hyperplasia, urinary incontinence and dysfunction, and erectile dysfunction. He received extensive training in minimally invasive urologic surgery including robotics and laparoscopy.
Dr. Pearl has multiple publications and academic presentations including presenting at the plenary session of the American Urologic Association twice. His research endeavors have focused on telemedicine, Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS), frailty, kidney cancer outcomes, testosterone replacement therapy, and lower urinary tract symptoms. Additionally, he has received multiple awards throughout his training including the Emory Urology Academic Achievement Award twice, and the Northwestern Surgery Resident Teaching Award.
Dr. Pearl lives in Deerfield, IL with his wife Jenny. With his free time he enjoys staying active by cycling, hiking, and playing baseball. He’s a big Chicago sports fan and loves to watch the Cubs and Blackhawks.
Education and Training
Minor in Chemistry