The Department of Surgery welcomes Kimberly Berni, MD, and Jeffrey Glaser, MD, to the Division of Urologic Surgery. Both physicians will begin seeing patients at Progress West Hospital in O’Fallon and Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital in St. Peters starting in July.
Dr. Berni earned her medical degree from University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine in Columbia, Missouri, in 1993. She completed both her General Surgery and Urology Residencies at Saint Louis University Hospital, where she served as an assistant professor of urology from 1999-2004. Dr. Berni specializes in general urology with interest in female urology and stone disease and has nearly three decades of experience in the medical field.
Dr. Glaser has over 35 years of clinical experience in urology. He earned his medical degree from University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine in Columbia, Missouri, in 1987. He completed his General Surgery Internship and Residency at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago in 1989 and completed his Urology Residency at the University of Illinois-Chicago School of Medicine in 1992. From 2013-2015, he served as Chief of the Department of Surgery at SSM Health Hospital West in St. Louis. Dr. Glaser is a member of the American Urological Association and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. His specialty areas include men’s health, stone disease, prostate cancer, fertility and sterility and hematuria.
Drs. Berni and Glaser join us from St. Joseph Hospital in Lake Saint Louis and will still see current patients with Washington University Urology.
“For over three decades, Dr. Berni and Dr. Glaser have offered excellent urologic care to patients in and around St. Louis,” says Sam Bhayani, MD, MS, Chief of Urology and Chief Medical Officer of Washington University Physicians. “We are pleased to have them join Washington University Urology and add to our presence in St. Charles County.”
Washington University urologists are national leaders in the field of urology and urologic subspecialties. Our urologists provide top-of-the-line care to our patients and offer cutting-edge surgical and non-surgical treatment for all urologic conditions. Washington University Urology boasts a nationally-recognized comprehensive program focused on the prevention, early detection and treatment of prostate cancer and specializes in minimally-invasive surgical techniques.
To make an appointment with Dr. Berni, Dr. Glaser or another Washington University urologist, call 314-362-8200 or visit our website.
The Urology Office at Progress West Hospital is located at 20 Progress Point Parkway in O’Fallon, Missouri, in Suite 106 of Medical Office Building 1. Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital is located at 70 Jungermann Circle in St. Peters, Missouri.