Rafael Carrion, MD

Urologist in Tampa, FL

Dr. Rafael Carrion is a urologist in Tampa, Florida and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Florida Hospital Tampa and James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital-Tampa. He received his medical degree from University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years. Dr. Carrion accepts several types of health insurance, listed below. He is one of 20 doctors at Florida Hospital Tampa and one of 13 at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital-Tampa who specialize in Urology. He also speaks multiple languages, including Spanish.

Urólogo en la Ciudad de Tampa, Florida

El Dr. Rafael Carrion es urólogo en la ciudad de Tampa, Florida y está afiliado a varios hospitales de la zona, incluidos el Tampa General Hospital y el Hospital de Veteranos James A. Haley. Obtuvo su título de médico en la Facultad de Medicina Miller de la Universidad de Miami y ha estado en la práctica medica entre 11-20 años. El Dr. Carrion acepta varios tipos de seguro médico. Es uno de los 20 médicos urólogos del Tampa General Hospital y uno de los 13 del Hospital de Veteranos James A. Haley. También habla varios idiomas, incluido el español.



Medical School 
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 

University of South Florida

Sexual Medicine/Neurourology
UCSF Medical Center

Urology, General Surgery
University of South Florida


American Urological Association
American Medical Association
Greater Tampa Bay Urological Society
International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health
Florida Urologic Society
American Society of Andrology
Peruvian American Medical Society
Sexual Medicine Society of North America
AUA-Southeast Section 

Hospital Affiliations

Tampa General Hospital
James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital-Tampa
Florida Hospital Tampa

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