The son of a naval aviator and a Pensacola native, it was no surprise that Jeff wanted to return to his family roots here along the Gulf Coast after spending his formative years in New Jersey. Following his undergraduate studies at Boston College, Jeff spent 2 years teaching inner city high school in Boston. He returned to the South to pursue his MD simultaneously with his MPH in Epidemiology from Tulane University in New Orleans. At every opportunity, Dr. Wolters returned to Pensacola to visit his family and friends and realized that he wanted to come home permanently after completing his residency and specialty training.
At the conclusion of his surgical residency in Urology, Dr. Wolters served as the Chief resident in Urologic surgery at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. While still in Virginia he went on to complete a clinical fellowship specializing in robotic-assisted surgery. As a robotic surgical specialist, Dr. Wolters brings extensive experience in robotic-assisted urology treatments to Pensacola. In addition to robotics, Dr. Wolters provides medical and surgical treatment for diseases and disorders of the entire genitourinary system.
Dr. Wolters has been published in multiple medical journals and has presented at multiple scientific meetings at the regional, national, and international levels for his work in robotic-assisted urology treatments, stress urinary incontinence and prostate cancer. Dr. Wolters is a member of the American Urologic Association (AUA). Jeff has a passion for sports, outdoor activities, being on and around the water and is an avid golfer. He is always up to date with the status of college football and basketball teams as well!