Marc Feder, M.D.
Dr. Marc Feder completed his undergraduate education at Yeshiva University in New York where he graduated with honors. He received his medical education at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey. He then went to Montefiore Medical Center in New York where he completed his residency in surgery and urology. While in residency, Dr. Feder had intense training with robotic and laparscopic surgery, endoscopic kidney stone surgery and BPH therapies.
Dr. Feder has since been with GU Surgeons of New Jersey located in East Brunswick. His practice encompasses the complete urological care of the patient. Dr. Feder has continued to use advanced surgical treatments in the management of urological disease and malignancies and he has performed the first robotic prostatectomy and robotic partial nephrectomy at St. Peter’s University Hospital in New Jersey. In addition to robotics and laparoscopic surgery, Dr. Feder has proficiency in the surgical management of erectile dysfunction, incontinence, kidney stone disease and BPH, including the use of the Greenlight laser.
Dr. Feder has published numerous journal articles and abstracts and has presented at national urology conferences. He was awarded first place prize in clinical investigation in New York’s urological section research competition. He is board certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr. Feder is the Medical Director of Urology at St. Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick. He is also the Director of the Physician Assistant Surgical Subspecialty Program.
Dr. Feder has also been recognized as a 2016 Top Doctors of Urology by New Jersey Monthly magazine.