Ivan Urits, MD
About Ivan Urits
Raised in New York and New Jersey, Ivan Urits attended Boston College before earning his medical degree at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. After coming back to the Boston Area, Ivan completed both his residency in Anesthesia and fellowship in Interventional Pain Medicine through Harvard Medical School at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Ivan Urits has clinical interests in minimally invasive procedures such as nerve ablation, decompression procedures, injection therapy, and implantable devices including spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, and intrathecal drug delivery.
His philosophy of care is to recognize the patient as a whole, rather than just one diagnosis or injury. Ivan acknowledges that pain is a whole-body experience and is concerned about his patients’ ability to function as well as their quality of life. Ivan was inspired to become a physician as it allows him to form lasting relationships with his patients and empower them by helping them manage their pain and regain their quality of life.
Ivan believes Southcoast Health is special due to a multidisciplinary approach by specialists that work together to listen to, evaluate, and treat patients. In doing this they are passionate about practicing medicine that puts the patients first while constantly learning and using cutting-edge techniques to provide the best patient care possible.
Outside of work Ivan works closely with medical students, residents, and clinical fellows on written projects and publications. He finds this extremely rewarding as it allows him to form close relationships with these students, provide mentorship, and often help them achieve their own medical goals. In his down time Ivan likes to focus on living an active lifestyle. Some of his hobbies include hiking and fishing.