Enid native named Chief of Surgery at OU Medical Center Edmond

Dr. Ash Bowen, OU Medical Center Edmond

OU Medical Center Edmond’s medical staff elected Ash B. Bowen, M.D., as Chief of Surgery for the facility. Bowen specializes in urology and is board certified by the American Board of Urology. His clinical office is on Eastern Avenue in Edmond.

A native of Enid, Bowen earned his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University prior to attending Tulane Medical School in New Orleans. He completed his residency in urology at Tulane Medical Center before joining OU Physicians and the medical staff at OU Medical System in 2012.

As an urologist, Bowen specializes in kidney cancer, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease and enlarged prostates, among other common urologic conditions. Bowen has special expertise in minimally invasive reconstruction procedures and robotic surgery.

Bowen’s term as Chief of Surgery begins in June. He will oversee quality initiatives, patient care, and act as a liaison between the physicians and surgical staff to ensure the highest standards of care are practiced at the facility. In addition to his position of Chief of Surgery, he also serves as a faculty member for the Department of Urology at the OU Health Sciences Center.

A CORNERSTONE of the Edmond community for 69 years, OU Medical Center Edmond is a full-service community hospital located at Second and Bryant streets. The facility offers its patients clinical excellence in services ranging from emergency care to post-operative rehabilitation. OUMC Edmond is the only facility in Edmond offering minimally-invasive robotic surgery for urologic and gynecologic procedures, resulting in less pain, shorter hospital stays and faster recovery. The hospital will celebrate 70 years in the Edmond community in 2017.

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