Medical Oncology

Grant Redrow, M.D.

About Me

My father was a physician, so as I was exposed to medicine at a young age and always had an interest in the field. I love science. I love solving problems with my mind and hands - and I love working with people. Looking back, I don't think I would be happy doing anything else. As a physician, I specialize in general urology, but I have a particular interest in prostate, kidney and bladder cancers, BPH, kidney stones, and elevated PSA.

I studied neuroscience and behavioral biology at Emory University then went on to earn my medical degree at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. I knew I wanted to focus on urology, and completed both my internship in general surgery and residency in urology at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston/M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. A fellowship in advanced robotics and laparoscopy at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine prepared me to care for individuals experiencing a broad range of urological issues.

Often my patients have sensitive and highly bothersome problems that they're embarrassed to openly talk about with anyone else. I want them to see me as accepting and non-judgmental. I'm here to educate and advise, not simply dole out what I think is best. Informing and empowering patients is paramount for good patient care and creating a strong doctor-patient relationship.

Typically, my discussions with patients revolve around education about their disease. I counsel them on all available treatment options in an unbiased manner. Together, we create a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to their individual condition and needs. I feel good when a patient leaves my office feeling they are empowered with the knowledge and understanding they need to face their disease head on.

I currently live in Dallas, and when I'm not caring for patients my wife and I enjoy cooking, reading, traveling, and spending time with family. I look forward to caring for members of the North Texas community.

Subspecialties include general urology, prostate cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, BPH, kidney stones and elevated PSA.

General Urology

Medical Oncology

Arlington - USMD Prostate Cancer Center
    801 West Interstate 20, Suite 1
    Arlington TX 76017 (817) 784-8268