Dr. Kaye began his medical career at Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1983. Four years later, he earned his MD and membership in the National Medical Honor Society. His philosophy of training with the best on the way to being your best, lead him to the Cleveland Clinic Foundation for his surgical training. Dr. Kaye completed six years of specialty apprenticeship in urologic surgery at one of the world’s premier centers of medical education and excellence.
Throughout his career Dr. Kaye has strived to offer his patients “state of the art care.” This pattern of practice started in the United States Air Force where Dr. Kaye served at what is now Joint Base Andrews, home of Air Force One, and as an Assistant Professor at the uniformed Services Health Sciences university.
After completing military service over two decades ago, Dr. Kaye settled in Scottsdale, AZ where he has strived to care for his patients with sound judgment and compassion. From pioneering robotic surgery in Arizona over 16 years ago, to utilizing cutting edge alternative noninvasive therapies, Dr. Kaye continues to lead the pack.