Dr. Tamra Lewis holds board certification in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. She practices in Lake, Kane, and Cook Counties, and her hospital affiliations include Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, Ascension Saint Alexius, and Hoffman Estates Surgery Center.
Dr. Lewis received her B.A. in Biology from Luther College in 1994, and she obtained her Medical Doctorate in 1999 from the University Of Iowa College Of Medicine. In 2005, Dr. Lewis completed her Surgical and Urology residencies at the University of Nebraska and then went on to complete a fellowship in Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction at Metro Urology in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.
Dr. Lewis’s professional interests include management of incontinence, voiding dysfunction, bladder prolapse, and urinary tract infections. She is a member of the American Urological Association, the Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, the Society for Women in Urology, and The Chicago Urologic Society, where she currently serves as President. Dr. Lewis has been an invited speaker or presenter for numerous events on topics including incontinence, overactive bladder, hematuria, and urinary tract infections.
In her spare time, Dr. Lewis enjoys reading, travel, and spending time with her family.
“Dr. Lewis is very caring and competent. She listens closely and pays attention as I have described my concerns. Dr. Lewis is a very skilled professional. She put me at ease from my very first visit. Bless your heart Dr. Lewis and thank you.” – Lois B.
“A little apprehensive about meeting a new doctor and very nervous about the exam. I really felt comfortable with Dr. Lewis. She took her time, she listened and she explained.” – Nelly P.
“I’ve been a patient of Dr Tamra Lewis for over 4 years. I have a neurogenic bladder as a result of Multiple Sclerosis. Dr Lewis really understands this condition and my intolerance of the medications. I receive Botox injections periodically which has given me my life back. I highly recommend a consultation with Dr Lewis for any bladder issues you have, especially, neurogenic bladder symptoms.” – Joy W.