Dr. Marc Goodboy, PA-C, MS
Marc Goodboy, PA-C, MS, completed his Physician Assistant training at Hahnemann University in 1991. From 1991-1994 Marc worked in a variety of positions ranging from urban emergency medicine to rural family practice. In 1994, he transitioned into vascular surgery. He spent the next 14 years in a busy peripheral vascular surgery practice which also included trauma and general surgery at a busy tertiary care center.
Having a lifelong interest in the military, Marc commissioned into the active duty Army as a Captain. He spent the next 7 years on active duty. During this time he completed a 12-month deployment in Iraq and 15 months in Afghanistan during two deployments. He completed his time on active duty in the vascular surgery department at Madigan Army Medical Center. He earned his Masters of Science degree from Pace University in 2013.
After leaving active duty Marc decided to continue his military service in the Army reserves and is currently assigned to the 7229 MSU at JBLM and will be transitioned into 6250th Army Hospital this fall when the 7229 moves to Tennessee.
I enjoy providing a comfortable environment for my patients and helping them create a treatment plan that relieves their symptoms and makes their life better.
- Urological Care
- Kidney Stones
- Testicular Concerns
- Prostate Cancer
- Robotic-assisted surgery
- Bladder cancer
- Blood in urine
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Sexual dysfunction
- Undergraduate Education Pace University
- Physician Assistant Training Hahnemann University
- Motor Cycle Riding