John DiBianco, M.D.

John M DiBianco, M.D.

(352) 265-8240


My name is John Michael DiBianco, MD, and I joined the department of urology in 2022. I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine. I completed a general surgery internship and urologic surgery residency at George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Washington, D.C. Afterward, I completed a fellowship in endourology at the University of Michigan.

I am now an assistant professor in the department of urology, and my clinical interests include general surgical urology, minimally invasive surgery and specifically the management of kidney stone disease and symptomatic prostate enlargement. My research focus includes quality improvement (QI), the goal of which is to improve the delivery, experience and outcomes of care. I aim to ensure that the choice of treatment is medically appropriate while aligning with the goals of the patient.

In my free time, I enjoy exercising to stay both physically and mentally fit. Additionally, I enjoy movies and experiencing how new movies compare to the classics.


University of Michigan

George Washington University

George Washington University

Medical School
Ross University