Keith D. Bloom, MD

"I care passionately about my patients and believe in caring for them as I would care for my own parents. I have always approached medicine that way."

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7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Suite 460, Irving, Texas 75063

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“I recently had to undergo surgery (TURP in my case). I was very hesitant at the beginning, but Dr. Bloom discussed the procedure in detail with pros and cons of it and other types of surgery. I also conducted extensive research on all available procedures and decided to trust Dr. Bloom’s extensive knowledge and flawless reputation as a surgeon. The results exceeded my wildest expectations, and only a few days after the surgery I already feel like when I was 20 years old. I have never been so impressed with anyone in the medical field as I am with Dr. Bloom and his entire team.”

Alejandro P.

“Dr. Bloom is terrific. He is very knowledgeable, but also has excellent people skills, which don't often come in this combination among physicians. He takes the time to truly listen and makes you feel genuinely cared for.”

David Duncan

“My husband’s and my experience with Dr. Bloom, both in the office and twice in surgery, was EXCELLENT! Dr. Bloom is very kind, compassionate, and extremely clear in his explanation of your condition, recommendations for treatment and his follow-up. I wish there was a higher grade than EXCELLENT for Dr. Bloom and the staff at Urology Partners, as we would give it to them!”

Mary Jane O.

“Dr. Bloom and his staff have taken exceptional care of my mother. I will be eternally grateful they diagnosed her quickly and saved her life.”

Rebecca M.

“Dr. Keith Bloom is a kind, caring, skilled physician that I was lucky to find! You know no one likes going to a urologist because the first thing you think about is pain. You will be amazed and relieved that you have found the perfect doctor. What a great experience! I recommend him highly! He is really nice!”

Wendy W.

Dr. Bloom’s mother was a nurse, so he often heard stories about medicine when he was growing up in New York. “To a large degree, my mother influenced me, but I also very much enjoyed science and helping people. By the time I was in junior high school, I knew I was headed for a career in medicine,” he says.

At Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, Dr. Bloom quickly gravitated toward the surgical world. “I enjoyed working with my hands and discovered I was attracted to the wide variety of cases that urologists manage—everything from large open surgeries to laparoscopic and endoscopic surgeries, as well as office procedures.”

He honed his surgical skills during his residency at the Harvard Program in Urology in Boston, Massachusetts, and spent seven years as a partner in a busy urology practice in New York before moving to Texas. Now as a founder of Urology Partners, Dr. Bloom is very proud to be part of a practice that advocates a patient-first approach.

“As a general urologist, I take care of many different conditions that affect both men and women,” he says. “The most rewarding aspects for me are the ability to cure someone of cancer or take a patient’s pain away—whether it is related to kidney stones or another injury.

“I care passionately about my patients. I truly believe in caring for them as I would care for my own parents,” he adds. “I have always approached medicine that way. Whatever you would do for your parent, do the same for your patient and you will do right by that patient. That is my mantra.”

Dr. Bloom understands that the unknown can be frightening to patients. “That is why one of the most important parts of my job is educating patients,” he explains. “I try to take a personal approach with each patient, see the issue from their perspective, and act with their best interest in mind. Many times, there are tough suggestions and decisions that have to made. Often patients look to me and ask, ‘What would you do?’ I honestly think and tell them, ‘If you were my parent or my brother or my sister, this is what I would do.’ It makes decision-making very clear for me.”

When he is not caring for his patients, Dr. Bloom enjoys skiing, golf, travelling, and cooking. He and his wife live in Dallas.



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