Dr. Jason Smith, DO

Dr. Jason Smith was raised in Waynesburg, PA. His father, Jeffrey, is a primary care physician in Waynesburg. After graduating from Waynesburg Central, Dr. Smith received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA. After college Dr. Smith attended the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed a urologic residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pa.

While in Medical school, Dr. Smith met his wife Cara, who works as an anesthesiologist in Washington, Pa. They have two children, Cameron and Sloane as well as a French Bulldog, Dunkin. Dr. Jason Smith enjoys all things sports, especially all Pittsburgh teams. He loves movies, food and books as well.

I chose urology because it provides a good balance of surgery and office based medicine. Not only do you get to fix many ailments surgically, you get to create a meaningful and long-term relationship with patients while caring for them throughout the years in the office. I am excited to back in the area where I grew up, to help the same people who helped me get to where I am today.

– Dr. Jason Smith

Work Experience / Hospital Affiliations

  • Tri-County Urology 2011-Present
  • Uniontown Hospital (Active Staff) 2011-Present
  • Washington Hospital (Chief of Surgery 2015) 2012-Present
  • Southwest Regional Medical Center (Chief of Surgery 2015) 2011-Present
  • Pfizer Faculty Speaker (2014-Present)
  • Bard Faculty Speaker (2015-Present)


  • Urology Residency
    Albert Einstein Medical Center, 2011
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Surgery Residency
    Albert Einstein Medical Center, 2008
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Internship
    Mercy Catholic Medical Center, 2005
    Darby, Pennsylvania
  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
    Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2004
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
    Westminster College, 2000
    New Wilmington, Pennsylvania

Research Experience / Publications

  • Sexual Dysfunction is Common in The Morbidly Obese Male and Improves After Gastric Bypass Surgery. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Volume 207. December 2008. 859-864
  • Gastric Bypass Has Sexual Benefits. Renal and Urology News. September 2008.

Awards / Presentations

  • Best of posters award, poster presentation, American Urological Association, 2008 National Meeting
  • Third place, resident night competition, clinical research presentation, Philadelphia Urological Society, 2008
  • Press conference, American Urological Association, 2008 national meeting
  • ABC news radio interview, 2008
  • Second Place, poster presentation, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, 2010 National Meeting

Professional Organizations

  • American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Urological Association