Dr. Bassem Eldaif is a board-certified urologist who enjoys providing exceptional patient care since his arrival to Melbourne in 2012. After many years in a large group practice setting, Dr. Eldaif made his dream a reality by opening his private practice to deliver the most exceptional care in a patient-centered personalized setting. Dr. Eldaif founded the Center for Advanced Urology & Robotics in Melbourne, Florida, to continue providing specialized urologic care to his patients from Brevard county and beyond. In addition to noninvasive treatments for kidney stones, enlarged prostate, and sexual dysfunction, he offers unique expertise in performing Robotic-assisted (daVinci) surgery as well as state of the art minimally invasive surgical techniques for issues ranging from prostate and kidney cancer to incontinence and bothersome symptoms of enlarged prostate.
Dr. Eldaif completed his undergraduate degree at Emory University in Atlanta, GA and went on to attend the Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina. He remained at Duke after being selected to one of the most competitive training programs in urologic surgery worldwide. During his surgical training at Duke, Dr. Eldaif also completed his fellowship in neurourology research and advanced laparoscopic and robotic-assisted surgeries.
Before opening the Center for Advanced Urology & Robotics, Dr. Eldaif was an attending staff at the Cleveland Clinic in South Florida. He then served as Clinical Director of Robotic Surgery at Excela Health System in the greater Pittsburgh area, and most recently as attending staff at Wuesthoff Health System.
Continually recognized a top student then resident throughout his medical education and surgical training, Dr. Eldaif is also a recognized researcher with multiple presentations and published studies. Furthermore, he proudly donated his time and expertise serving on medical mission trips to Africa and South America.
In his free time, Dr. Eldaif is an amateur guitarist and keyboard player, who also has a passion for salsa dancing. He’s multilingual and fluent in English, French, and Arabic.