Dr. Suzanne Frye is a urologist who lives and works in New York City. During her career in clinical urology, she has conducted research in various aspects of urology and has published articles in several medical journals, including Urology, Journal of Juology, and Seminars in Urology. A graduate of Hahnemann University Medical College, Dr. Suzanne Frye earned her MD in 1980.
Since 1985, after completing her urology residency, Dr. Frye has had a private practice in urology in New York City. She also is an assistant attending in the Department of Urology of New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. She has also been an attending supervising residents in the Gynecologic Urology Clinic there. In addition, Dr. Frye has been a clinical instructor in Urology at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University for the past 23 years.
Suzanne Frye, MD, has received numerous accolades for her work as a urologist. In 1984, while still a resident in urology, she received an award for clinical research from the New York Section of the American Urologic Association. In 1990, the Interstitial Cystitis Association presented her with their award for Outstanding Service. In 1996, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the Women’s Medical Association of New York City.