Dr. Daniel Rapoport

Dr. Rapoport


Training overview:

  • MD 2003 – UBC Medical School
  • FRCSC 2008 – UBC Department of Urologic Sciences
  • Fellowship in Reconstructive Urology 2009 – Duke University Medical Center


Dr. Daniel Rapoport graduated from the UBC Urology Residency Program in 2008.  He practices Urology with subspecialty interest in male and female reconstructive urologic surgery in the Metropolitan Vancouver area.  He is primarily based at Richmond Hospital but also practices at the UBC Hospital Bladder Care Center and Delta Hospital.   He is a clinical instructor with the UBC Department of Urologic Sciences and is involved in teaching residents and medical students.


Dr. Rapoport completed a fellowship in male and female reconstructive urology, neurourology and urodynamics at Duke University in North Carolina in 2008-2009.  At Duke he worked closely with Dr. George Webster who is an internationally recognized leader in this subspecialty.   The Urology Department at Duke University Medical Center was ranked 4th in the nation according the US News and World Report in 2008-2009.


Dr. Rapoport offers expertise in general urology (stones, voiding dysfunction, UTI, genitourinary cancers, laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery) and has subspecialty interest in reconstructive urology which includes:

-       surgery for male and female incontinence

-       reconstruction of the male and female urinary tract

-       female pelvic floor reconstruction

-       urinary dysfunction due to neurologic and other disorders

-       urodynamics