Phillip Brackin, Jr., M.D.

Phillip Brackin, Jr., M.D.

Dr. Phillip Brackin, Jr., M.D.Graduating in 1994, Dr. Phillip Brackin completed his undergraduate education at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. He spent the next four years assiduously working to achieve his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After successfully accomplishing this endeavor, Dr. Brackin served his residency in surgery and urology in New Brunswick at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He completed his formal medical education in 2004 and joined Dr. Linder at Urology Care Alliance, formerly Hamilton Urology, located in Hamilton, New Jersey. Dr. Brackin is Board Certified in Urology.

While working at Urology Care Alliance, Dr. Brackin inaugurated his career in urologic medicine as an Active Staff member at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton. In 2004, he joined Capital Health Systems at Fuld Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, New Jersey. Beginning in 2006, Dr. Brackin procured a position as an Active Staff member at the University Health Center at Princeton. He has since become an Active Staff member of Capital Health Systems at Hopewell Hospital, as well. Dr. Brackin ardently and conscientiously pursues both his research and clinical interests in urologic medicine by working at Urology Care Alliance and his affiliated hospitals.

Ever an efficacious researcher, Dr. Phillip Brackin continually demonstrates his zeal for augmenting contemporary medical procedures and practices through his use of more precise, ingenious treatment techniques for his patients. He has participated in several conferences over the years, frequently presenting much of his own research to his colleagues in his effort to refine current urologic clinical practices. His work is published in a variety of medical journals. He is licensed and certified by the American Urology Association and is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Urology Association. Like his partners at Urology Care Alliance, Dr. Brackin strives to offer his patients dependable, neoteric treatment options to meet their needs, as he continues to further develop the field of urologic medicine.