RATINGS & REVIEWS
The provider star rating is calculated using patient reponses to the five care provider questions in our patient satisfaction survey. Below you can see the provider's star rating and the number of his or her patients who have provided feedback.
Doctor was thorough and approachable. Explained the way forward for diagnosis and any possible treatment that might be required.
Dr Brand and his team were great.
Dr. Was great. Check-in was fair. [...]
The Doctor was very professional and put me at ease.
It was my first visit with this doctor. We have follow up visits but it was a good experience
Doc was good. Quick, Concise and to the point.
Dr. Brand is a way better doctor than [...]
Dr good [...]
Dr Brand was outstanding.
Dr Brand is an excellent Medical Doctor!!!
Doctor yes . Staff follow up and actions to complete doctors orders. Very poor
Very professional and comfortable environment. Options were clearly explained.
Dr. Brand went over all my blood work and told I'd have to have routine checkups and blood work for two years.
Dr brand is truly cares about his job
DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST HOSPITALBaptist Towers
1717 North E Street
Pensacola FL , 32501
DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST HOSPITALGulf Breeze Medical Office Building
1118 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Gulf Breeze FL , 32561
DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST HOSPITALBaptist Medical Park - Nine Mile
9400 University Parkway
Pensacola FL , 32514
Timothy Brand, M.D., FACS, is a highly skilled board-certified urologist who specializes in urologic oncology, minimally invasive surgery, and robotic surgery. Dr. Brand is a Pensacola native and retired colonel with the United States Army. He offers quality, convenient treatment, and diagnosis of a wide scope of urologic conditions and welcomes new patients.
Tulane University School of Medicine
New Orleans, LA
Surgery, Tripler Army Medical Center
Urology, Tripler Army Medical Center
Urologic Oncology, University of Texas Health Science Center
San Antonio, TX
American Board of Urology
Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Society of Urologic Oncology
American Urological Association
Society of Government Service Urologists
Meet your doctor
What led you to become a doctor or choose your focus of medicine?
What led me to become a doctor was that as I was a biomedical engineering student at Tulane, I began to volunteer as an Emergency Medical Technician with the student-run campus ambulance service, and with the New Orleans Health Department. In those experiences, I found that rendering aid and transporting those sick and wounded individuals were challenging and very rewarding. At that point, I decided to continue into medical school. What drew me into urology was the technical nature of the field, and also that given the nature of treating genitourinary disorders, a special level of compassion and understanding was present between the clinician and patient.
What about your line of work do you find most rewarding and why?
I find that curing urologic cancers and treating stone disease are the most rewarding. It can be frightening for someone and their family to experience these things, and when they get through it, and they find out everything is going to be okay, it is so nice to see that burden lifted.
What is something about you that only your patients would know?
That frequently after the business is done at the appointment – and all questions are answered, we may chat about hunting or fishing for a minute until it’s time to move on.
How would a patient describe you?
Caring, informative, competent.
What’s your proudest moment as a doctor?
I have trained 10 urologic surgeons to be fully competent as robotic surgeons during my tenure as residency director at Madigan Army Medical Center. These surgeons now run successful robotics programs at Military Treatment Facilities and Civilian Hospitals across the United States.
In your opinion, what’s the most important factor in a doctor-patient relationship?
What can a patient expect when they have you as a doctor?
Transparency. Competence. Caring.
What do you find most encouraging about the work you do?
That most problems we treat are curable or have great medical or surgical solutions.
What are your top priorities with every patient you see?
To establish trust. To educate regarding options. To treat effectively. To comfort.
Describe one of the top ways you ensure each patient receives the quality, personal health care he/she deserves.
By treating the patient the way I would treat someone from my own family.
Is there anything more or extra you would like prospective patients to know about you?
That my experience of over 10 years as an educator, researcher, clinician, and surgeon equips me to provide top-notch medical and surgical care to our urology patients at BMG.
Do you have any specific medical interests?
Robotic-assisted surgery for urologic malignancies. Endoscopic treatments for urinary stone disease. Men’s urinary and sexual health.