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Peter Minich, MD, PhD, MAPP

Peter  Minich, MD

Peter Minich, MD, PhD, MAPP

Urology

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Phone: 253-697-3333    Fax: 253-697-3939

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Get to know Dr. Minich and find out what he enjoys about being a urologist.

Provider Details

Certification: Urology

Practice Philosophy: I center my care on creating environments in which patients achieve the best possible outcomes.

Professional School: Queen's University

Residency: University of Toronto

Special Interests: Cancer of the kidney, prostate, and bladder, pathologies requiring major reconstructive procedures of the kidney and ureter, incontinence, impotence, infertility, complex urinary tract infections and urinary stones, proactive disease management, wellness, and positive psychology and prevention.

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Peter Minich, MD, PhD, MAPP, is a board-certified urologist who brings over two decades of urologic expertise to the South Sound. His practice is focused on minimally invasive prostate and stone surgery. He was one of the first urologists to adapt plasma vaporization for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), now considered a gold standard for BPH therapy. Recently, he performed the first lithotripsy (shock waves) procedure using the Dornier Delta® III, a technological innovation in stone treatment. Dr. Minich prides himself on welcoming patients with a smile and an ease of communication as he brings hope and comfort to patients. Away from work, he enjoys hiking, climbing and snowboarding.

The conditions that Dr. Minich treats include:

  • Urologic cancers
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Prostate obstructions
  • Kidney, ureteral and gallbladder stones
  • Infertility
  • Incontinence
  • Pelvic organ prolapse

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