Dr. Spencer Long graduated from Whitman College with a Bachelor's degree in Biology, and received his M.D. degree from the University of Washington in Seattle. Following his internship at Eastern Virginia Medical School, he served for two years as a physician in the United States Coast Guard before returning to the Eastern Virginia Medical School for four years to complete his residency in Urology. Thereafter, he went on to complete two years of additional Urologic training at Karolinska hospital and St. Erik’s hospital in Stockholm, Sweden.

Dr. Long is board certified in urology by the American Board of Urology. He is also a member of the American Urological Association and the American Medical Association. He has previously served as Medical Staff Chief, and on the Board of Hospital Directors. He has lectured on a variety of health topics for patient and caregiver groups, and at institutions like the Johns Hopkins University Department of Physical Therapy. Dr. Long deals with all aspects of general and pediatric urology, including Bladder, Prostate and Kidney disease, difficulty with urination, and Urinary Infections. He also has a special interest in treating urologic problems associated with spinal cord injury, about which he published a study in the medical journal, Current Urology.

Having spent nearly 40 years in private practice and as an attending doctor in hospitals in Washington State, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, Dr. Long draws on both his specialty training and his general medicine foundation to collaborate with patients to develop health strategies that work for them as individuals. He currently splits his time between Pennsylvania (where he works with the Hershey Medical Center prostate cancer support group) and New York City.