Cantrill,-Christopher
Christopher H. Cantrill, MD

Board-certified Urologist
Speaks: English

Education

Undergraduate
Austin College, Sherman, TX, 2000
Medical School
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2005
Surgical Residency
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2007
Urology Residency
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2011
Board Certification
2013
Urology San Antonio Provider
Since 2011

About Dr. Chris Cantrill

Dr. Chris Cantrill treats men’s and women’s general urologic health concerns at Urology San Antonio’s Medical Center clinic location.

In 2007, Dr. Cantrill was awarded the Arnold P. Gold Humanism and Teaching Award.

Dr. Cantrill has been a provider with Urology San Antonio since 2011.

Specialities: Kidney Stones, Kidney Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Penile Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Laparoscopic Surgery, Robotic Surgery, Reconstructive Urology, and Urethral stricture
Appointments: Tuesdays, Wednesday mornings, some Thursdays, Fridays
In Surgery: Mondays, some Thursdays

Locations

Medical Center

7909 Fredericksburg Rd.
Suite 120
San Antonio, TX 78229

Boerne

Methodist Boerne Med. Center
134 Menger Springs Rd., Ste. 1210

Boerne, TX 78006

What his patients say

Carol

“I admire Dr. Cantrill greatly and owe him so much. […] I knew that he had the talent, the expertise, the training, the experience – and that he cared deeply and was on my side. From our first visit, when he was the only physician who had diagnosed properly my bladder cancer and actually said the word “cancer”, I could still hear his calm voice through the “fog” in my brain saying, “Of all the types of cancer, this is one of the good ones, and I think we can get it.” His compassion, kindness, intelligence and great sense of humor held anchor when my mind was adrift until I felt stable. Despite the surprise, I felt no fear. Dr. Cantrill is the “Prince of Surgeons”, and his entire staff is humane and patient-centered.”

Bobby

“I would like to thank Dr. Cantrill and his team for an amazing job. I went in with a kidney stone, and one week later, I feel great. Thanks.”

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