David L. Griffin, M.D.

David L. Griffin, M.D.

EDUCATION

  • Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY, B.S. Biology – 8/2001-5/2005
  • University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY, M.D. – 8/2005-5/2009
  • Internship in General Surgery National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD – 6/2009-7/2010
  • Residency in Urology, Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA – 9/2011-9/2016

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  • Department Head, Urology, Naval Hospital Pensacola December 2016 – Present
  • Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps, United States Navy

MEDICAL LICENSURE

  • 2009-2019
    – Indiana # 01068711A
    – NPI # 1770710261
  • 2019-2021
    – Texas # S0163

BOARD CERTIFICATION

  • Diplomate of the American Board of Urology – 2018 – Present

Academic/Medical Awards and Honors

  • McBearty Award – Highest Inservice score in Urology Department NMCSD – 2016
  • 1st Place San Diego Urologic Society Resident Research Competition – 2016
  • 3rd Place San Diego Urologic Society Resident Research Competition – 2013
  • 3rd Place San Diego Urologic Society Resident Research Competition – 2015
  • U.S. Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program – 2002-2005

Military Awards and Honors

  • Seabee Combat Warfare Designation – NMCB 133 – 2011
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal – 2011
  • Navy Unit Commendation Award – NNMC Bethesda – 2009
  • Navy Battle Efficiency Ribbon – NMCB 133 – 2010
  • National Defense Service Medal – 2006
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal – 2009
  • Sea Service Deployment Ribbon – 2011
  • Navy Pistol (9mm) Expert Ribbon – 2006

PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  • Intern General Surgery, NNMC, Bethesda, MD – 07/2009-06/2010
  • Battalion Surgeon, NMCB 133, Gulfport, MS – 07/2010-08/2011
  • Urology Resident, NMCSD, San Diego, CA – 09/2011-08/2016
  • Staff Urologist, Naval Hospital – Pensacola, Pensacola, FL – 09/2016-12/2016
  • Urology Department Head, Naval Hospital – Pensacola, Pensacola, FL – 01/2017-Present

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • American Urological Association – 2011-Present
  • Society of Government Service Urologists – 2011-Present
  • San Diego Urological Society – 2011-2016

MILITARY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

  • Combat Casualty Care Course, San Antonio, TX – 2009
  • Officer Indoctrination School, Newport, RI – 2006

MEDICAL TRAINING/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Basic Life Support – Exp Feb 2021
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support – Exp JUL 2020

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • Griffin D, Brelsford M, O’Reilly E, Stroup S, Shumaker P. Ablative Fractional Laser Resurfacing: A Promising Adjunct to Surgical Reconstruction. Military Medicine. Jun 2016.
  • Griffin D, Cambareri G, Kaplan G. Current practice for cryptorchidism: Survey of pediatric urologists. Urology Practice. May 2017.

ABSTRACTS

  • Griffin D, Santomauro M, Lesperance J. Retroperitoneal vs Transperitoneal Partial nephrectomy. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2012.
  • Griffin D, Franke E. Genitourinary Tuberculosis presenting as a Scrotal Abcess. Kimbrough Meeting Society of Government Service Urology. January 2014
  • Griffin D, Masterson J, Rhee E. Post-Prostatectomy Male Quadratic Sling. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2014.
  • Griffin D, Stroup S, Haight S, Rhee E. Early Multicenter Experience with Urolift for LUTS. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2015.
  • Griffin D, Brelsford M, O’Reilly E, Stroup S, Shumaker P.Ablative Fractional Laser Resurfacing for Mangement of Scars and Tissue Contractures after Fournier’s Gangrene. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2015.
  • Griffin D, Cambareri G, Kaplan G.Practice patterns do not resemble AUA guideline: Survey results on cryptorchidism. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2016.
  • Pusateri C, Griffin D, Stroup S, Rhee E. Multicenter Experience with Prostatic Urethral Lift.. Kimbrough Meeting. Society of Government Service Urology. January 2016.