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Joseph F. Harryhill, M.D.

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Administrative Offices:
Penn Medicine at University City
3737 Market Street, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Administrative Assistant:
Christopher Templeton
Administrative Phone: 215-662-8699
Administrative Fax: 215-243-2060

Penn Medicine Radnor
250 King of Prussia Road
Radnor PA 19087
Telephone: 610-902-5700
Fax Number: 610-902-5704

Clinical Offices:
Penn Medicine at University City
3737 Market Street, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Clinical Telephone: 215-662-8699
Clinical Fax: 215-243-2060

Penn Medicine Radnor
250 King of Prussia Road
Radnor PA 19087
Telephone: 610-902-5700
Fax Number: 610-902-5704

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Joseph F. Harryhill, MD, joins the Penn division of urology as assistant professor of surgery

A graduate of the Ohio State University College of Medicine, Dr. Harryhill completed his surgical and urologic residencies at Temple University Hospital. He has been a member of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine faculty and in private practice as part of the urology service at Pennsylvania Hospital since 1998. He has published and lectured extensively and participates in many community service activities, including prostate cancer screenings, throughout the Philadelphia region.


He is a member of the American Urologic Association and the American Medical Association, and a fellow in the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Harryhill will see patients at Penn Medicine Radnor, 250 King of Prussia Road, as well as the office at 300 Medical Office Building, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.

Dr. Harryhill
Study Shows Lasting Side Effects for Propecia
NBC10 Philadelphia - Jul 12, 2012
Faculty Appointments
1983 - 1984 Undergraduate Gross Anatomy Teaching Associate Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio
1998 - present Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Hospital and Administrative Appointments
1980 - 1982 Nursing Assistant, Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital Howland, Ohio
1983 - 1985 Volunteer, Columbus Free Clinic, Columbus, Ohio
1989 - 1992 Surgical Assistant, Montgomery Hospital
Norristown, Pennsylvania
1992 - 1995 82nd Medical Group/Sheppard Hospital
(staff urologist/medical staff privileges)
Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas
1995 - present Active Physician, Pennsylvania Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1995 - 1999 Active Physician, Graduate Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1995 - 1999 Active Physician, St. Agnes Medical Center Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1995 - 2004 Active Physician, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital
Darby, Pennsylvania
1995 - 1999 Participant, MCH Urologic Associates, P.C.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1998 - 2002 Active Physician
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1999 - 2000 Secretary-Treasurer, Professional Medical Staff Pennsylvania Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1978 - 1982 B.A. Case Western Reserve University (Chemistry)
Cleveland, Ohio (Magna cum Laude)
1982 - 1986 M.D. Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus, Ohio (Cum Laude)
Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
1986 - 1988 Resident in General Surgery
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1988 - 1992 Resident in Urology
Temple University Hospital
Philadel¬phia, Pennsylvania
1991 - 1992 Chief Resident in Urology
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Military Service
1982 - 1995 United States Air Force, Major
1995 Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service
National Societies
  • American College of Surgeons (Fellow)
  • American Medical Association
  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine
  • American Urologic Association
  • Catholic Medical Association
  • Thomas Bond Society
  • Member, Society of University Urologists (SUU)
  • Member, Society of Sexual Therapy and Research (SSTAR)
Local Societies
  • Mid-Atlantic Section, AUA
  • Pennsylvania Medical Society
  • Philadelphia Academy of Surgery
  • Philadelphia County Medical Society

2002 - 2014

SELECT - Selenium and Vitamin E Prostate Cancer Chemoprevention Trial
2003 - present Identification and Analysis of a Genetic Susceptibility to Testis Cancer
Research Publications, Peer-Reviewed
  1. Blander DS, Carpiniello VL, Harryhill JF, Malloy TR, Rovner ES: Extraperitoneal laparoscopic urethropexy with Marlex mesh. Urology 53(5):985-989, May 1999.
  2. Haut MJ, Harryhill JF, Rosenstock J, Warhol MJ, Vitti R: Progressing prostate carcinoma. Cancer Medicine: Case Discussions. The Oncologist 6(2):183-196, 2001.
  3. Malloy TR, Harryhill JF: “120 Watt KTP (GreenLight) Laser Therapy for Prostate Obstruction in Glands Greater than 100 Grams,” abstract, presented at the AUA 2008 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 2008
  4. “Transfusion-free Kidney Removal Surgery,” Penn Medicine Center for Bloodless Medicine & Surgery quarterly newsletter. Winter 2009
  5. Mayer WA, Resnick M, Canter D, Ramchandani P, Kutikov A, Carpiniello VL, Harryhill JF, Guzzo TJ: “Synchronous Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma to the Genitourinary Tract: Two rare case reports and a review of the literature,” Can J Urol. 2009 Apr;16(2):4611-4.
  6. Clinical consultant, “Alexander's Care of the Patient in Surgery” (14th edition) Chapter 14, textbook published 2010.
Abstracts (last three years)
  1. Malloy TR, Harryhill JF, Smith AL: Potassium-titanyl-phosphate (KTP) laser vaporization of the prostate in hematologically impaired patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Presented at the American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, Apr. 2005.
Editorials, Chapters and Participation in Committee Reports
  1. Harryhill JF, Carpiniello VL: Superficial carcinoma of the penis: Management and prognosis. In Oesterling JE and Ritchie JP (eds.): Urologic Oncology. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1997, 595-603.
  2. Harryhill JF: Should physicians be reimbursed for telephone consultation? Second Opinion Editorial Column, Medical Practice Communicator 6(2):8, Mar.-Apr. 1999.
  3. Glickman JD, Harryhill JF: Nephrotic syndrome. In Gomella LG (ed.): The 5-Minute Urology Consult. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000, 370-371.
  4. Harryhill JF: New hope for sterilized couples. LifeCycles PNFPN Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2003.

Dr. Joseph Harryhill

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