Jatin P. Gupta, DO, MS


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LVPG Cliniciani

Accepting New Patients


Area of focus i

  • Enlarged Prostate (BPH)
  • Men's Health

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Affiliated with


Philosophy of care

I keep the best clinical interest of each patient at the heart of what I do, just as I would for a friend, relative or member of my immediate family. “Best interest” doesn’t always mean doing surgery or a procedure but providing the best treatment course given the patient’s personality, economic situation and other factors. It’s all about developing a personalized and tailored plan. Medicine should not be done according to a generalized template.

Why I entered medicine

Medicine was a fairly personal choice for me because my family has seen its fair share of care from the patient side. My dad is a two-time kidney transplant recipient, and seeing him go through all his trials and tribulations while having both great and not-so-great doctors was my impetus to go to medical school and specifically become a urologist. There’s a great shortage of urologists and I wanted to help fill that gap, and because of my dad I’ve always been fascinated with the genitourinary system. But beyond that, what greater service could I perform than being the same kind of physician who cared for my father when he needed it most? My dad is actually a patient of our practice, and I see this as a great honor and a way of giving back some of what he’s sacrificed for me. His experience also allows me to deliver empathetic and pragmatic care because I empathize with what patients are going through.

Community involvement

I’m a Lehigh Valley local – I was born here and brought up in the Coplay and East Penn school districts, was an undergraduate at Lehigh University. I know this area, its culture and where to go for a bite to eat, and specifically wanted to come back to the Lehigh Valley after medical school to care for local folks. I love the Lehigh Valley, feel a kindred spirit with people here, enjoy my roots and want to be near my family. I do charity work through my temple but am also developing plans for urology outreach in underserved countries like India or an African country.

Personal interests

I was an engineering undergraduate and enjoy building model planes and rockets with my kids. Apart from spending time with my family, I enjoy reading, am an avid bicyclist and skier, and am learning to pick up golf. And urology is my hobby as well as my career. It’s not work for me, it’s fun, so I enjoy learning more about it in my free time and becoming as good as I possibly can.


Lehigh University, BS - Bioengineering, 2006

Lehigh University, MS - Chemistry, 2007

Medical Training
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO - Doctor of Osteopathy, 2011


Internship 2012
Urology, UMDNJ - School of Osteopathic Medicine, Stratford, NJ

Residency 2013
Urology, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency 2014
Urology, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency 2015
Urology, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Chief Resident 2016
Urology, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Fellowship 2017
Robotic Urologic Surgery, Ohio Health Hospital, Dublin, OH


American Osteopathic Board of Urology - Urology

Publications & Clinical Trials