Jeffrey P. Norris MD
"Dr. Norris is amazing and is a great physician. He always goes above and beyond to take the best care of his patients. I have had a great experience with him from my lithotripsy procedure and all of the pain I was in until now where I have been pain free! His bedside manner is phenomenal and he really cares and takes the time with his patients. Thank you Dr. Norris."
"Mi doctor es un gran médico y amigo que es lo más importante, te hace sentir como en familia."
Jeffrey P. Norris MD
Dr. Norris received his undergraduate degree in English literature from University of Michigan. He graduated medical school and completed his Urology residency at Loyola University. He was chosen for a fellowship program in female urology and voiding dysfunction at Harvard’s Beth Israel hospital in Boston and completed his training in 1995. He is Board Certified and has expertise in general urology and has cared for many patients over his 20 year career that have been affected by conditions such as cancer of the kidney/bladder/prostate/testes, benign prostate enlargement, kidney stones, male hormone deficiency, erectile dysfunction and infections of the urinary system.
Few urologists in the Chicagoland area have had additional training in female urology and voiding dysfunction. This qualification has provided him with the necessary skills to manage conditions such as female urinary incontinence and pelvic floor prolapse, bladder control issues resulting from neurological conditions (multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, spine disorders) and post-prostatectomy incontinence.
Dr. Norris is fluent in Spanish. He has interests in mountain climbing, yoga, swimming, skiing and travel.
“As the practice of medicine becomes more hectic and fast pace, I try never to lose site of the fact that my interaction with each patient is a privilege and their trust in me is something that I will never take for granted. My own sense of well-being is determined by how well I can properly inform my patients, how well I can comfort my patients and alleviate some of their fears, and by always striving for the best possible outcomes. Being a physician has allowed me to learn a lot about the human condition, and if I can somehow improve the welfare of my patients, I will feel a sense of satisfaction.” - Dr. Jeffery Norris
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital - Park Ridge, IL
St. Alexius Hospital - Hoffman Estates, IL
Alexian Brothers Hospital - Elk Grove Village, IL
Education and Training
American Board of Urology
Female Urology and Voiding Disorders at Harvard University Beth Israel Hospital
Neurologic Voiding Dysfunction
Pelvic Floor Reconstruction
Speaks Fluent Spanish