Eugene L. Park, MD

Eugene L. Park, MD

Dr. Park specializes in adult urology.

Dr. Park, MD offers these procedures:

  • Adult kidney stones
  • Macroplastique
  • Other urologic conditions
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urinary tract infections


Dr. Eugene L. Park was in private practice and served as clinical faculty for the University of Arizona. He was integral in starting a successful community-based robotic surgery program. He was recruited to the Richmond area for his expertise in robotic surgery. Dr. Park was elected by his peers for inclusion in “Best Doctors in America ®” from 2011 to 2012. Dr. Park is a certified DaVinci surgery proctor, and has mentored surgeons across the country. He has performed hundreds of robotic prostatectomy, nephrectomy and partial nephrectomy, pyeloplasty, cystectomy and adrenal surgeries. He is an innovator and leader with new technology such as fluorescent laser imaging with robotic surgery. His minimally invasive surgery research has been presented at regional, national and international scientific meetings. He has patients from across the country and internationally. He gladly serves the greater Richmond area, and is accepting new patients. Dr. Park was recently named Medical Director of Robotic Surgery at Henrico Doctors Hospital Forest.


Dr. Park seeks to provide the highest level of care through his highly skilled health care professionals and state of the art technologies. Dr. Park is devoted to addressing the individual needs and demands of patients in a warm and caring environment. With years of experience, Dr. Park is highly skilled in all the aspects of general urology. Utilizing the latest technology for diagnosis as well as medical and surgical treatment, Dr. Park is recognized in the fields of laparoscopy, cryosurgery, urinary incontinence and the treatment for urologic cancers of the kidney, prostate, and bladder.


Dr. Park attended Northwestern University and received a B.A. in molecular and cell biology. He was accepted to Northwestern University's Honors Program in Medical Education at age 17. He completed his medical school at Northwestern University and continued his training at the University of Arizona/Arizona Health Sciences Center. He completed two years of general surgery training and four years of urology. He served as chief resident for two years. Dr. Park is board- certified by the American Board of Urology.


Dr. Park was raised in New York. In his spare time he loves to play golf, but loves God and his family more.


The surgical center and Dr. E Park made my stay like a “4 star hotel” because everything went like clockwork. Sign-in procedure and sign out procedure with a smile. Great team effort! Ben A. Mar 2016
Cathy at the front desk is very kind on entry to the building. Janet in pre-op was very caring and skilled. Anesthesia care by Dr. Rosenbaum made us feel at ease because he was attentive and knowledgeable. Susan in post-op was also very caring and helpful. CRNA was excellent and very caring and attentive as well. Overall excellent experience, very impressed with the level of care. Dr. Park was very compassionate and skilled and wonderful. Anonymous Feb 2015


2020 MEDRVA Patient Choice Award

2020 MEDRVA Patient Choice Award


Dr. Eugene Park discusses kidney stones with Jessica Noll

Dr. Eugene Park of Urology Specialists of Virginia discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of kidney stones. To learn more, visit

Jessica Noll: I'm Jessica Noll. I'm with Dr. Eugene Park. He’s an urologist with Urology Specialists of Virginia. We’re talking about something that affects men and women; kidney stones.

Jessica Noll: Dr. Park, what are they and how do they form?

Dr. Eugene Park: Kidney stones are basically large crystals in the urine

Jessica Noll: Why are kidney stones happening?

Dr. Eugene Park: The bottom line is that people aren’t drinking enough water to flush things out, to keep things from crystallizing out, so dehydration is the common underlying problem for forming kidney stones. If the kidney stones are small enough, we hope that they can pass on their own. That means just drinking lots of water and pain medication to help control the symptoms and hopefully they pass out the urinary tract without needing any intervention. Sometimes kidney stones can be big enough or problematic enough they won’t pass on their own and then we talk about different treatment options.