Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine
Residencies: Urology and Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
Fellowship: Urologic Trauma
Reconstruction and Prosthetics
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
I view my relationship with my patients as a team effort, working together to understand problems that have arisen and treatment options that are available. Surgery can be confusing and frightening. I make a promise to guide each patient through the process from start to finish as if they were family.
About Dr. Davenport
Dr. Davenport was born and raised in Texas and is a native Spanish speaker. He completed his undergraduate education in 2006 at Princeton University. He received his medical degree from University of Washington School of Medicine in 2012, where he also received a certification in Hispanic health. Dr. Davenport completed his surgical and urology residencies at Stanford University.
Prior to joining Urology Associates, Dr. Davenport completed a fellowship in urological trauma, reconstruction and prosthetics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas—the highest volume urethroplasty center in the United States—under the direction of Dr. Allen Morey, a world-renowned leader in urologic reconstruction and prosthetics.
Dr. Davenport is an avid reader, appreciating both Spanish and Russian literature. When not working he enjoys traveling, playing tennis, sailing and spending time with his family. Dr. Davenport also enjoys spending time in the kitchen and considers himself an amateur chef.
- Tin Ngo, MD Annual Award for Best Resident Research, Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Urology (2018)
- Northern California Urology Resident Symposium, first place in Basic Science Research (2016)
- Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine and Urogenital Reconstruction, Resident Travel Award (2016)
- Northern California Urology Resident Symposium, third place in Clinical Research (2015)
- University of Washington School of Medicine, George F. Odland Scholar (2011 and 2012)
- University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Carl and Florence King Foundation Research Scholar (2002)
- Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (Fellow)
- American Urological Association