David G. Hesse, MD
- Practice locations: New Haven, Hamden, Madison, Old Saybrook
- Residency Institution: New York Hospital- Cornell Medical Center
- Fellowship: Cornell University Medical College 1986-1987
- Clinical Interests: Management of prostate, bladder, kidney, testes, adrenal,
- penile cancer; Pelvic and retroperitoneal sarcoma; Minimally invasive robotic surgery; Complex intestinal urinary diversion
Dr David Hesse is a board certified urologist. He graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine with the Faculty Award for Excellence, before completing his surgical and urological training at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical College. During his research fellowship at Cornell Medical College/Rockefeller University he was part of the team instrumental to the discovery of Tumor Necrosis Factor. Dr Hesse came to New Haven in 1991 to develop a urology practice treating patients with urological cancers. In 2005 he developed the first urological robotics program in Southern Connecticut. He has trained urologists throughout Connecticut, as well as in Florida, Massachusetts, Ohio, Chicago, Boston and Seattle how to perform robotic prostatectomy. In addition to pioneering robotic radical prostatectomies, Dr Hesse is one of the few urologists in the country who performs robotic radical cystectomy for bladder cancer.
Dr Hesse’s clinical interests are in improving minimally invasive approaches to curing urological malignancies, and in improving the quality of life for patients with urological cancer.
- Associate Professor of Urology
Education & Training
- ResidencyNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center (1996)
- ResidencyNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center (1991)
- FellowshipCornell Medical College (1987)
- InternshipNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center (1985)
- MDUniversity of New Mexico (1984)
- BABrandeis University, Science (1979)