Dr. Brian Keuer is a board-certified Urologist practicing in Lake, Kane, McHenry, and Cook Counties. His hospital affiliations include Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, Advocate Sherman Hospital and Hoffman Estates Surgery Center.
Dr. Keuer received his B.S. in Biology in 1999 from Wheaton College and his Medical Doctorate from Rush Medical College in 2003. He then went on to complete his General Surgery internship and Urology residency at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington DC, in 2008.
Dr. Keuer’s professional interests include minimally invasive robotic surgery, urologic oncology, kidney stones, minimally invasive BPH surgery, and erectile dysfunction. He is a member of the American Urologic Association, Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, the European Urological Association, the Endourologic Society, and the Chicago Urological Society. He currently serves as Chairman of the Surgery Steering Committee at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital. Dr. Keuer attends Urologic meetings and conferences frequently to continue expanding his knowledge on the latest techniques and treatment options in Urology.
In his spare time, Dr. Keuer enjoys basketball, live music, home brewing, medical mission trips, and spending time with his family.
“I saw Dr Keuer in the Elgin office which is very close to my home. I have been a patient for several years and have always found Dr Keuer and his staff to be professional, efficient and friendly. Appointment times have consistently been very close to scheduled time, yet, you never feel rushed. Doctor and his staff are willing to discuss your issues in detail. Not that I am in a hurry to see him again medically, this is one Doctor that you don’t mind visiting.” – Al H.
“Seldom do you have to wait long to be called into the examining room. Dr. Keuer always takes the time to explain in detail and answer any question you may have about your condition or procedure. The staff is pleasant and very courteous. Going there is like visiting an extended family.” – Wayne J.
“Dr Keuer removed one of my kidneys and all went very well. In the years following my cancer, he’s been great at recommending and explaining follow up follow up procedures, time lines for tests, etc.” – Jackie G.