Lennox Hoyte MD, MSEECS




Director, Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, USF College of Medicine

Medical Director, Urogynecology and Robotic Surgery, Tampa General Hospital

Chief Medical Information Officer , USF Physicians Group


MD - Stanford University


BSEE - Worcester Polytechnic Inst

Professional Training

USF Leadership Institute

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Loyola U Med. Center, Chicago -

Obstetrics and Gynecology - Brigham and Womens & Mass General Hospitals, Boston, MA

Surgical Planning Laboratory, Harvard Medical School


American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology  - Certified

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery - Eligible


Email: urogynmd@me.com

Twitter: @hoytemd

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Clinic  www.usfurogyn.com

Clinical Appointments:




Robotic Hysterectomy

Prolapse Repair Surgery

Pelvic Floor Ultrasound

Clinical Activity

Female Pelvic Floor Prolapse

Bladder Incontinence

Bowel Incontinence

Overactive bladder

Complications of vaginal mesh procedures


Dr. Hoyte is a fellowship trained specialist in Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS).

He treats women with prolapse, bladder and bowel incontinence, overactive bladder, childbirth related pelvic floor injury, and complications related to vaginal mesh surgeries. He offers a wide range of successful surgical and nonsurgical therapies to treat these problems.

Dr. Hoyte specializes in advanced robotic surgery to correct vaginal prolapse, and is one of the leading robotic prolapse surgeons in the world. He has trained over 50 surgeons in the use of the Da Vinci robotic Surgical system.

Dr. Hoyte has a passion for teaching women and their families about diagnosis and treatment options for urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. In addition to speaking engagements, he has written two books on the subject – “prolapse repair”, and “robotic hysterectomy”, designed specifically to educate women about treatment options for prolapse.

In addition to his role as a clinician, Dr. Hoyte is active in the development of intellectual property related to the practice of medicine; he has filed several patents on devices ranging from bladder drainage aids, to instruments for enabling prolapse surgery, as well as methods for accurately measuring intravascular blood volume.

He is also Chief Medical Information Officer for the USF Physicians group, tasked with designing an electronic health record optimized for delivering high quality healthcare, efficiently .

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