Justin B. Ziemba MDAssistant Professor of Urology in Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Justin B. Ziemba, MD is currently an Assistant Professor of Urology in Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Previously, he was a clinical and research fellow in endourology at the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Instructor of Urology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Clinically, he focuses on the surgical treatment and medical management of urinary stone disease. This clinical focus is supported by his research interests in the emergent care of patients with kidney stones. He is also interested in quality improvement and patient safety with a specific focus on how to educate others in the delivery of high-value care. He has served on several hospital committees aimed at improving the care provided to patients at both the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2015, he was awarded the Quality and Patient Safety Innovator Award from the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
DisclosuresDr. Ziemba reports no disclosures.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Early Surgical Intervention for Symptomatic Stones Is Associated With Reduced Narcotic Requirement Relative to Trial of Passage
- Opioid-Free Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Protocol for Patients Undergoing Ureteroscopy
- Time is Money: Can Punctuality Decrease Operating Room Cost?
- Identifying and Codifying Complications After Radical Cystectomy
- Qualitative Research to Optimize Perioperative Cystectomy Care
- Improvements in Ureteroscopy Efficiency When Performed at an Ambulatory Surgery Center
- Surgical Prophylaxis and Antimicrobial-Associated Adverse Events
- Interhospital Urological Transfers to a Metropolitan vs Rural Tertiary Care Institution
- Use of Office vs Ambulatory Surgery Center Setting and Associated Ancillary Services on Healthcare Cost for Vasectomy Procedures
- Opioid Prescription and Usage in Sacral Neuromodulation, Mid-Urethral Sling, and Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery