Tin C. Ngo, MD

Center for Specialty Care, A NorthBay Affiliate


Urologic Oncology
Urologic Surgery (General & Minimally Invasive)


Medical Degree: Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
Internship in General Surgery: Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
Residencies in General Surgery and Urology: Stanford University School of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biochemistry and Biophysics: Yale University, New Haven, CT




1860 Pennsylvania Avenue
Suite #200
(707) 646-4180

Professional Profile:

I treat my patients like members of my own family. That means my job is to make sure you and your loved ones understand your diagnosis and all the available options before making a medical decision, whether that involves medication, surgery, or close observation. That also means my job is to make sure that the best modern treatments are available to you.

As a urologist, I treat any condition that is part of the genital system and the urinary system. This includes problems that range from frequent urination due to an enlarged prostate to kidney stones to cancers of any of the genitourinary organs (kidney, adrenal, ureter, bladder, prostate, urethra, testes, and penis). My focus is on minimally invasive treatments including endoscopic and laparoscopic approaches when possible.

I chose to come to NorthBay Medical Center because of the wonderful people who work here and to help build a modern, cutting-edge urology practice in Solano County.

(Dr. Ngo will begin accepting appointments in December.)

Read Dr. Ngo's blog "In the Know" and his article on Men's Health in our Wellspring Magazine. 


Professional Membership:

• American Urological Association
• Western Section, American Urological Association
• American Society of Clinical Oncology
• Endourological Society
• Northern California Urological Association