He is a professor of general surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner School of Medicine and serves on the Pelvic Health and Reconstructive Surgery Center at the Glickman Institute of Urology and Kidney. Dr. Raymond Rackley received his bachelor's degree in biomedicine from Duke University and his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University. After completing his internship in general surgery at Cleveland Clinic in 1990, he completed his specialty training in urology at the same place.
Most recently, she received her fellowship in Neurourology and Women's Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery from Cleveland Clinic in 1996. Dr. Raymond Rackley, Director of the Urothelial Biology Laboratory at the Glickman Institute of Urology and Kidney, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Lerner Research Institute, works specifically on the clinical care of patients with pelvic health disorders and improving pelvic health. In addition to patient care, Dr. Raymond Rackley is involved in many scientific and educational institutions that serve to advance his field. Chief among these is the position of principal investigator and co-principal investigator in other out-of-school foundation and community grants focusing on bladder health and pelvic organ reconstructive developments.
He works in the urology department.
Dr. Raymond works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus.
Dr. Raymond specializes in diseases and treatments such as clinical trials, neurourology, urogynecology, and fistulas, kidney disease, enterocele.