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Bartley G. Cilento Jr. | Education

Undergraduate School

Saint Anselm College

1982, Manchester, NH

Graduate School

Boston University Graduate School

1983, Boston, MA

Medical School

Tufts University School of Medicine

1987, Boston, MA

Graduate School

Harvard School of Public Health

2006, Boston, MA

Internship

Naval Medical Center

1988, San Diego, CA

Residency

Urology

Naval Medical Center

1995, San Diego, CA

Fellowship

Pediatric Urology

University of California Medical Center

1996, San Diego, CA

Bartley G. Cilento Jr. | Professional History

Bartley G. Cilento Jr., MD, MPH is a board certified pediatric urologist specializing in Hypospadias, Vesicoureteral reflux, Robotic Surgery, and Pediatric Urinary Tract Stones. He is a graduate of Tufts University Medical School. As a recipient of a highly competitive scholarship program, he completed his urology residency at the San Diego Naval Medical Center which cares for a population of one million beneficiaries – active and retired. He completed his pediatric urology fellowship at Rady’s Children’s Hospital in San Diego affiliated with the University of California San Diego. Upon completion of his US Naval obligation, he accepted a position here a Boston Children’s Hospital in 1998. While at BCH, Dr Cilento obtained a Masters of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. He proud to have serve his country in the United Sates Navy and retired with 23 years of service: 12 years active duty and 13 years of reserve duty.

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Meet Dr. Bartley Cilento

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Practicing medicine and surgery is a blessing and privilege. I love all aspects of pediatric urology. My goal is to deliver the best possible care to children and families. Pediatric urologic surgery is rather unique. We must be able to bond and communicate with the children but also with the parents. Establishing that unique bond and trust is essential for all inherent stresses and anxiety with treating urologic problems. Fortunately, I am surrounded by many talented nurses, social workers, clinical assistants and many other support staff that make up our team at Boston Children’s Hospital. Without anyone of them, my job would be much harder.