Arnaldo Trabucco became a clinical urologist almost 30 years ago. He comes from a long line of Italian doctors that dates back to the 1500s. Some of his relatives are credited with brilliant approaches to illnesses and conditions that were decades ahead of their time. Trabucco continues that tradition to this day in the United States, where he contributes cutting-edge research to medical journals throughout the country and around the world. Trabucco was fortunate to have trained in three different residencies around the country before he started his career in private practice.
Doctors must choose their residencies wisely to ensure that they get the training they need in their specialty. Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco started his career in urology soon after his first residency at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn. He chose the residency based on his strengths, professional goals, weaknesses, and personality. All doctors have to blend hands-on experience with research duties and clinical training to get the most out of their time and prepare themselves for a professional career in the field of their choice. Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco moved on to St. Mary’s Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut to continue his residency in general surgery before taking his final residency in urologic surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco created many opportunities for himself during his residencies, which led to his own successful private practices. He has also contributed much to the ongoing urology research effort around the world, studying the effectiveness of new treatments.