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Ian Stormont, MD

507 S. Monroe Street
Lancaster, WI 53813
Phone: 608 723 3249
Accepting new patients:
Grant Regional Health Center
Grant Regional Health Center
Medical school:
University of Wisconsin - Madison   2013
University of Maryland Medical Center   2013
Undergraduate school:
University of Wisconsin - Madison   2005
Special practice interests:

Dr. Stormont special interests include urinary problems, issues related to prostate enlargement, erectile dysfunction or ED, kidney stones, low testosterone, and urologic cancers. Most of these issues can be addressed without surgical intervention. If treatment progresses to surgery, Dr. Stormont provides the most up-to-date minimally invasive treatment options.

  1.  Clinic Procedures:
    1. Prostate Biopsy
    2. Vasectomy
    3. Circumcision
    4. Urodynamics
    5. Lesion removal
    6. Bladder catheterizations, instillations and dilatations
  2. Surgical procedures:
    1. Urologic Stones Via:
      1. Ureteroscopy
      2. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy
      3. Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
    2. Endoscopic cases:
      1. Transurethral resection of bladder tumors
      2. Transurethral resection of prostate
    3. Photovaporization of prostate
    4. Cystourethroscopy
    5. Inflatable penile prosthesis insertion
    6. Artificial urinary sphincter
    7. Urethral slings
    8. Vasectomy
    9. Circumcision
    10. Hydrocelectomy
    11. Orchiectomy
    12. Suprapubic tubes
    13. Laparoscopic nephrectomy
    14. Prostatectomy
Practice philosophy:
Urologic problems affect millions of people in the United States. Many patients do not seek medical treatment and feel this is a problem they must deal with alone. Dr. Stormont believes it is his responsibility to provide information to his patients. He works with patients and families and helps them to select a treatment that is right for their lifestyle. He encourages patients to seek care as the vast majorities of these problems are very treatable and can be addressed in a stepwise, non-invasive fashion that improves quality of life.
Languages spoken:
Dr. Stormont lives with his wife, Emily, and his two children, James and Isabelle. He enjoys spending his free time with them and they do a lot of hiking and outdoor activities. As a family, they support all Wisconsin sports teams as Dr. Stormont is a huge Packer, Badger, Brewer, and Bucks fan.