Dr. Stephen Hardeman
"I like to establish a relationship with my patients and treat every patient as an individual."
Dr. Stephen Hardeman, M.D. is board certified by the American Board of Urology and has been practicing with The Urology Team since 1991. He attended medical school at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. His internship and his Residency were at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He completed his fellowship in urology at Johannes Gutenburg University, in Mainz, West Germany. He did a Postgraduate fellowship in Urologic Oncology at the University of Tennessee Memphis Medical centers where he accepted an appointment as Instructor as well as Assistant Professor. He is a member of various professional societies, including the American Medical Association, Society of University Urologists, South Central Section of the American Urological Association and the Travis County Medical Society. He has been published in over a dozen professional journals. He has affiliations with all major hospitals in Austin.
Dr. Hardeman enjoys caring for patient with prostate, kidney, bladder and testicular cancers as well as patients with erectile dysfunction. He is on the transplant team and performs living donor nephrectomy.
Board Certified: American Board of Urology
Joined Urology Team P.A.: 1991
Degree: University of Texas in Austin
Medical School: Southwestern Medical School
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
University of Texas Austin, Texas
Southwestern Medical School Dallas, Texas
Parkland Hospital and affiliated UTHSCD Hospitals General Surgery
Parkland Hospital and affiliated UTHSCD Hospitals Urology
Johannes Gutenburg University, Department of Urology Mainz, West Germany
Urological Oncology Fellowship University of Tennessee Memphis Medical Center (Appointment as Instructor)
Instructor, University of Tennessee Medical Center at Memphis
Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee Medical Center at Memphis
American Medical Association
Society of University Urologists
South Central Section of the American Urological Association
Travis County Medical Society
Phi Beta Kappa
Alpha Omega Alpha
OFFICES AND COMMITTEES
Chairman, Quality Assurance Committee, Wm. F. Bowld Hospital
Medical Staff Executive Committee Wm. F. Bowld Hospital
Operating Room Commitee - Regional Medical Center
Van Vleet Cancer Advisory Committee
Hardeman, S.W. and Soloway, M.S.: "Animal Models in Bladder Cancer Research." Scientific Foun dations in Urology. Third Edition. Edited by Geofrey D. Chisholm and William R. Fair. Section XI, Page 567. 1990.
Alken, P., Hardeman, S.W., Wilbert, D., Thueroff, J., Jacobi, G.: Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL): Alternatives and Adjuvant Procedures. World Journal of Urology 3:48, 1985.
Preminger, G., Clayman, R., Hardeman, S.W., S. Franklin, J. Curry, T., and Peters, P.C.: Percutaneous Nephrostolithotomy vs. Open Surgery For Renal Calculi: A Comparative Study. Journal of the American Medical Association 254:1054, 1985. Stephen W. Hardeman, M.D. Curriculum Vitae Page Three PUBLICATIONS (Cont'd)
Hardeman, S.W., Husmann, D.A., Chinn, H.K.W., and Peters, P.C.: Blunt urinary tract trauma: Identifying Those Patients Needing Radiologic Work Up. Journal of Urology, 138:99, 1987.
Hardeman, S.W., Husmann, D.A., Chinn, H.K.W., Rohrborn, C.G., and Peters, P.C.: Stumpfes Abdominaltrauma and Hamaturia: Welche Patienten Benotigen Radiologische Abklarung? Aktuelle Urologie 18:66, 1987.
Soloway, M.S., Hardeman, S.W., Hickey, D.P., Raymond, J., Todd B., Soloway, S.S., and Moinuddin, M.: Stratification of Patients With Metastatic Prostate Cancer Based Upon Extent of Disease on Initial Bone Scan. > Cancer 61: 195-202, 1988.
Hardeman, S.W., Perry, A., and Soloway, M.S.: Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Prostate Following Intravesicle Therapy For Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Bladder. Journal of Urology 140: 289-292,1988.
Hardeman, S.W., and Soloway, M.S.: Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Prostate: Diagnosis, Staging, and Management. World Journal of Urology. 6: 170-174,1988.
Hardeman, S.W., Causey, J.Q. Hickey, D.P., and Soloway, M.S.: Transrectal Ultrasound for Staging Prior to Radical Prostatectomy. Urology. 34: 175-180, 1989.
Hardeman, S.W., Wake, R.W. and Soloway, M.S.: Two New Techniques For Evaluating Prostate Cancer: The Role of Prostatic Specific Antigen, and Transrectal Ultrasound. Postgraduate Medicine. 86: 197-208, 1989.
Hardeman, S.W., and Soloway, M.S.: Urethral Recurrence Following Radical Cystectomy. Journal of Urology.
Matzkin, H., Soloway, M.S., and Hardeman, S.W.: Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Prostate - A Review. Journal of Urology.