Steven Baughman, MD
As a surgeon in the United States Air Force for 21 years, along with an additional eight years as a surgeon in the civilian sector, the most impactful lessons I have learned are those of perpetual learning, trust and shared decision making. I owe it to myself and my patients to stay committed to ongoing education so that I can continue to be at the leading-edge of contemporary urologic care.The trust a patient places in their surgeon to navigate their care is one that is truly remarkable. I do not take this responsibility lightly, providing the absolute best care that I can give.The evolution of my career has proven that there is nothing more important than shared decision making. I view my patients as the one directing their care, with my navigational guidance and joint decision making. I have learned that this partnership allows my patients to be well-informed, gain a better understanding of their care and outcomes, and are overall much happier with their medical experience.
- Integrated Oncology Program
- Robotic Surgery Program
General adult urologic care, genitourinary cancers, infertillity, urinary stone disease, minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgeries including female-specific conditions, urethral surgery, vasectomies and prosthetic treatments.
I enjoy personal fitness, college and professional sports, as well as youth character and leadership development.
School University of Missouri-Columbia
Graduation Date 05/1998
Degree Medical Degree
School Wilford Hall Medical Center
Title Resident in Urology
- American Urologic Association
- Alpha Omega Alpha
- Phi Kappa Phi
Name Holt Leadership Award
Name Ian Thompson, Sr., MD Award in Urology
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