Marc H. Blasser, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Urologist in Jacksonville, FL
Marc H. Blasser, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a board-certified urologist who is nationally renowned for his work with urinary prosthetics, Peyronie’s Disease and clinical research. He is recognized within the medical community as one of the top implanters of urinary prosthetics, specifically the artificial urinary sphincter, male sling and inflatable penile prosthesis. He is also well known for his role in clinical research with both pharmaceuticals and medical devices. He has been involved in over 65 trials involving medications and products commonly prescribed today. He has dedicated his entire career to improving the quality of life for his patients.
Dr. Blasser is a magna cum laude graduate of Connecticut College and an honors graduate of the Temple University School of Medicine. He completed his General Surgery internship and Urology residency at the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. A highly decorated Naval officer, served for thirteen years including tours in Desert Storm and as Chief of Urology at the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. He has been in private practice with the Urology Associates of Northeast Florida since 1993, where he established centers of excellence in the treatment of male genital reconstruction, erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence. He has been a consultant at the Veterans Administration Hospital at the University of Florida since 2003, where he is responsible for urological reconstruction and instruction of resident physicians in the art of prosthetic implantation. He has been active on the Executive Board of the Florida Urological Society, is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and is a member in good standing of the following organizations: American Urological Association, Sexual Medicine Society of North America, International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health, International Society for Impotence Research, American Association of Clinical Urologists, Florida Medical Association, Florida Physician’s Association and the Clay County Medical Society. He is currently Chief of Urology at the Orange Park Medical Center and has previously served on the hospitals Executive Committee and as Assistant Chief of Surgery.