Dr. Rudnick received a BA in American History from Harvard College in 1989 and went on to Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York for medical school. He completed a two year surgical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by a four year urology residency culminating in his appointment as Chief Resident and Instructor in Urology at Massachusetts General/Harvard Medical School.
He moved to the Bay Area as an American Foundation for Urologic Disease Scholar to do a fellowship in endourology and research in metabolic stone disease at UC San Francisco, and started his practice in southern Sonoma County in 2000. In 2011 Dr. Rudnick joined MarinHealth Urology, expanding his practice to serve Marin county. Dr. Rudnick is an expert in minimally invasive surgical management of kidney stones as well as in the medical prevention of stone disease. His other areas of sub-specialization include urologic laparoscopy, minimally invasive procedures for femal e incontinence, prostate disease and voiding dysfunction.