About Dr. Goltzman
Michael Goltzman, MD, MS practices general urology and is an expert in the treatment of several cancers, including bladder, kidney, prostate, and testicular cancer. His clinical interests include the diagnosis and the treatment of incontinence, UTI and urethral stricture disease.
Dr. Goltzman also utilizes cutting-edge procedures for the treatment and prevention of kidney stones. He treats a complete spectrum of issues affecting sexual and urologic health with a particular interest in minimally-invasive and robotic-assisted surgical techniques.
He graduated from Colgate University with a Bachelor of Arts in cellular neuroscience. In 2012, he completed a Masters of Science in Basic Medical Sciences at the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences at New York Medical College studying epigenetic patterns of bladder cancer. Simultaneously, he was a clinical researcher at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, conducting quality of life research in bladder cancer patients. Dr. Goltzman’s research has been published in Urology, Journal of Urology, and the British Journal of Urology.
In 2017, Dr. Goltzman graduated from New York Medical College. After medical school, he completed his urology residency and general surgery internship at the University of Connecticut. Throughout his training, he gained proficiency in the treatment of not only bladder cancer, but also prostate, kidney, and adrenal cancer using traditional open surgery, as well as laparoscopic and robotic approaches. Dr. Goltzman joined the Greater Hartford Urology Group in 2022.
As a member of the American Urologic Association (AUA), Dr. Goltzman has presented at a variety of national and regional academic conferences, including the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU), AUA, and New England Section of the AUA.
Dr. Goltzman recognizes the very personal and sensitive nature of many of the conditions he treats and builds his care philosophy around individualized treatment planning to restore happiness and quality of life. When not providing world class care for his patients, he enjoys time with his family.