Dr. Batter is certified by the American Board of Urology.
Chosen as a Urologist "Top Doctor in Connecticut - Connecticut Magazine" 2008-2015
Stephen Batter, MD earned a B.A. in biochemistry from Cornell University in 1987. He then went on to receive his medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1992. While in medical school, he was honored with two fellowships for research, including one from the American Cancer Society. He has had research experience at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Harvard Medical School and Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Dr Batter's postgraduate training included general surgical training and a Urology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He also was an Instructor of Surgery at MGH/Harvard Medical School after his residency was completed in 1998.
Dr. Batter has numerous clinical interests including BPH, kidney stones and GU cancers. He has been recognized locally for his expert care by being nominated for the Magida award by the Fairfield County Medical Association. He is currently the Chief of Urology at Norwalk Hospital and has been selected for several key positions in the Credentials Committee, Medical and Surgical Executive Committees at Norwalk Hospital. He is a frequent lecturer for physicians, physician assistants and patient groups. Outside of medicine, his passions include his children, tennis, paddle tennis, ice hockey, soccer and fishing.