Adam Kadlec, MD
Adam O. Kadlec is a board-certified urologist with Western Michigan Urological Associates. He is a fellowship-trained Endourologist with expertise in all forms of minimally invasive surgery, including complex endoscopy for kidney stones, as well as laparoscopic and robotic (da Vinci) surgery for urological cancers. Dr. Kadlec earned his undergraduate and medical degrees with highest honors at the University of Wisconsin, where he was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, and Gold Humanism national honor societies. He completed residency training in Urology and a fellowship in Endourology and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. While serving as a chief resident in Urology, he was awarded the John D. Silbar Award by the American Urological Association, which is given annually to the outstanding Urology resident in the region.
During the course of his education and training, Dr. Kadlec authored multiple peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and he has presented his work widely, both regionally and nationally. He holds an academic affiliation with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and is an active member of several regional and national urological organizations including the Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement Collaborative (MUSIC) and the American Urological Association (AUA).
As a member of WMURO, Dr. Kadlec’s model of care is shared decision making, and he is passionate about building long-term and trusting relationships with his patients as he helps them navigate health-related decisions both big and small. He is committed to offering patients cutting-edge urological care while maintaining a personal connection with patients and their family members.
Dr. Kadlec’s clinical interests and sub-specialties:
- Percutaneous and endoscopic management of complex stone disease
- Medical and dietary prevention of kidney stones
- Minimally invasive surgery for urological cancers
- Voiding dysfunction and enlarged prostate
- Erectile dysfunction