Samuel B. Broaddus, M.D. is a retired urologist whose career spanned 3 decades at Maine Medical Center. A graduate of Bowdoin College and the University of Vermont College of Medicine, he spent 2 years in a general surgery residency in Seattle before completing his urology residency at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont in 1982. His clinical interests included the surgical management of urinary stone disease and genitourinary malignancies. He introduced percutaneous stone surgery and shock wave lithotripsy to Maine in the 1980’s. Dr. Broaddus served as Director of Urology at Maine Medical Center for 8 years. He oversaw the transition of his private practice group to an expanded hospital-based practice that now supports a urology residency. He served on the Board of Trustees where he was the Chairman of the Board Education and Research Committee.
In 2010, he was recognized by the American College of Surgeons with their International Surgical Volunteerism Award for 30 years of tireless volunteer medical work in Haiti, Africa, and Asia. He is also the recipient of the Bowdoin Common Good Award, was named a Hometown Hero by the American Urological Association in 2011, and received the Faculty Teaching Award for the Urology Residency at the Maine Medical Center in 2014. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology at Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM). He currently sits on the Admissions Committee for the Maine Track program at TUSM.