H. Stephen Watson, M.D. is a board-certified diplomate of both the American Board of Urology and the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons.  He is a urological surgeon responsible for introducing advanced medical and surgical treatments to the area within which he practices.  These advancements include the "sling" surgery for female and male urinary incontinence, orthotopic neo-bladder reconstructive surgery for bladder cancer, contemporary urodynamics for in depth evaluation of urinary incontinence, percutaneous renal access for kidney stone surgery, laparoscopic cryosurgery for renal cancer, no-scalpel vasectomy and percutaneous cryosurgery for prostate cancer. 

Dr. Watson is a Florida Parishes native who was born in Baton Rouge.  No stranger to hard work, Dr. Watson grew-up on his father's dairy farm near Amite, Louisiana.  He attended Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Centenary College of Louisiana. 

Dr. Watson graduated from Louisiana State University School of Medicine before completing his six-year surgery and urology residency training at Scott and White Clinic and Hospital, Texas A&M College of Medicine; Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Olin E. Teague Veterans Memorial Hospital.  On completing this training, Dr. Watson began his urology practice as a member of the physician staff of the Ochsner Clinic in Baton Rouge.  He then served on staff at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond, before establishing Northlake Urology in St. Tammany Parish.

Dr. Watson is the recipient of professional awards from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Texas Medical Association, the Southern Medical Association, Texas A&M College of Medicine, the Texas Urological Association and other medical organizations.  He is the author of scientific papers published in the internationally acclaimed Journal of Urology and other peer reviewed medical journals.

Dr. Watson has authored numerous research papers concerning prostate cancer, reconstructive urology and urodynamics, presenting these papers at meetings around the nation.  For his scholarly work he accepted invitation for membership in the Eta Chapter of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society.  He is a member of the American Urological Association, the Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association and the Louisiana and Texas Urological Societies.

Today Dr. Watson's practice concentrates on personalized office-based medical treatment of urological problems and strictly outpatient surgical care. His practice is patient-focused, making genuine effort to provide each patient the individual time necessary to address all patient concerns.  Using his significant experience in direct patient care, Dr. Watson works to ensure a relaxed informal office environment with the emphasis on hospitality.  To this end, Dr. Watson holds the highest possible overall patient satisfaction rating. 

You may be certain that you will be very warmly welcomed as our guest at Northlake Urology. We look forward to meeting you and hope to make you feel right at home!

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Watson in Mandeville, Slidell or Hammond please call ...

          (985) 345-5500

(Please use this number for ALL office locations for Dr. Watson.)

Harold R. Neitzschman, III, M.D. is a board-certified diplomate of the American Board of Urology and the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons.  He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.  He attended De LaSalle High School and completed undergraduate studies at Tulane University where he received his bachelor of science in biology in 1986.  His love for the City, family and friends kept him close to home, attending Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, receiving his doctor at of medicine in 1990.  From there he trained at Charity Hospital (LSU), New Orleans in general surgery, completing his internship in 1992.  He then moved on to urology residency, completing the Ochsner Medical Foundation program in 1996.  Dr. Neitzschman was certified by the American Board of Urology in 1998.

Dr. Neitzschman  has authored and presented numerous research papers concerning a wide-range of urological topics at meetings around the nation. Topics include .      somatostatin analogs, laser prostatectomy, malignant prostate tissue ablation, electrolytes in kidney stone disease, prostate cryosurgery, other prostate cancer topics, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction and hematuria.

Dr. Neitzschman has served as President of the St. Tammany Parish Medical Society, Chairman of the Department of Surgery of Northshore Regional Medical Center, Chief of Staff of Northshore Regional Medical Center and Associate Clinical Professor of Urology within the Department of Urology at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans.  He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and member of the Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association and the American Urological Association.

Personal interests include his wife and 4 children, as well as hobbies which include racquetball, tennis, golf, basketball, running, snow skiing and fishing.  Dr. Neitzschman's professional special interests are prostate cancer surgery, minimally invasive treatments for stone disease and urinary incontinence.  His urologic practice is comprehensive, offering treatment to patients of all ages including all aspects of urological care.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Neitzschman in Slidell or Mandeville, please call ...

          (985) 641-3742

(Please use this number for ALL office locations for Dr. Neitzschman.)