Meet Dr. Tissot
A practicing urologist since 2002
Originally from Canton, Ohio, Dr. William Tissot received a BS in chemistry and biochemistry from the University of Michigan. Dr. Tissot then went on to receive his MD from Medical College of Ohio, where he graduated first in his class and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He completed his general surgery internship and urology residency at William Beaumont Hospital where he became chief urology resident.
Dr. Tissot has been awesome. This makes 5 years cancer free. I had cancer in my left kidney and they removed the cancer and saved 2/3rds of my kidney. He and his staff are wonderful. I would recommend him and his staff!
Dr. Tissot is very caring and forth right with his patients. I appreciated his honesty and explanations about my options. He called my husband at home and reexplained everything to him. His bedside manners are exemplary and very much appreciated when your not expecting to have surgery 6 hours after being admitted thru ER. Excellent physician.
Very personable doctor. Dr T is always friendly, good humored and relaxed. He never appears rushed and answers questions thoroughly and with understandable details. I guess that folks who have urological issues who require medical attention are understandably uneasy about seeing a new doctor. I think Dr T is very aware of such unease and approaches patients in a warm, caring and thoroughly professional manner.
Getting to Know Dr. Tissot
Dr. Tissot’s hobbies include golfing, camping, skiing, traveling, and hanging out with his family. In addition, Dr. Tissot was named by his peers as one of the best urologists in Nashville.
- Favorite Movie: “Shawshank Redemption” and “The Jerk”
A Quote From Dr. Tissot
“My job as a physician is to help educate patients about their conditions and guide them through the treatment options.”
- American Urological Association
- American College of Surgeons
- Tennessee Urology Associates
- American Board of Urology
- Top Nashville doctor 2019, 2020, 2021
- Vitals Tip Doctor Award