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PCI Welcomes New Urology Specialist

August 20, 2019 at 9:40 AM

Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa is excited to announce the addition of a new urologist to our growing physician roster. Michael A. Moriarty, MD, officially became part of PCI’s Urology clinic this month, joining a team of six experienced physicians and surgeons.

A native of Webster City, IA, Dr. Moriarty earned his bachelor of science degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Iowa and his medical degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. “When I was in high school, I wanted to attend a college with an affiliated medical school and a good football team,” he said. “So, naturally, having grown up in Iowa, going to school in Iowa City was the logical choice. I spent 8 years there between 2006 and 2014 going to undergrad and medical school.”

During his time as an undergrad, Dr. Moriarty met his wife Anna while volunteering at the hospital. She was also in medical school pursuing a degree. Together, they moved to Milwaukee; he completed a General Surgery internship and Urology residency, while she completed her pediatrics training, at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals in Milwaukee, WI. He is eligible for certification by the American Board of Urology upon completion of certification requirements.

“My wife and I are very excited to be back in the area, in close proximity to family, good jobs and great people. I wanted to work at Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa as I was looking for a multispecialty group with a strong reputation for clinical excellence, collegiality, and professionalism that was located in a place that I want to live. PCI provides all of these things,” he said.

Dr. Moriarty specializes in general urology, kidney stones, men’s health, and diagnosing and treating urologic cancers. “Making decisions about one’s health is often a difficult thing to do - particularly when considering the ever-increasing number of treatment options available to patients,” he said. “My goal as a physician is to help patients understand these options in a clear and compassionate manor with the intention of helping them to make a thoughtful decision on their treatment plan.”

Learn more about Dr. Moriarty at pcofiowa.com/urology or make an appointment by calling (319) 363-8171.

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