Dr. Caputo was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is a graduate of Westminster College, and attended medical school at The Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine in Philadelphia. His residency training was completed at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and MD Anderson Cancer Center, after which he moved to Cleveland, Ohio where he completed a fellowship in Laparoscopic and Advanced Robotic Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.
Throughout his education, Dr. Caputo focused heavily on contributing to the growing field of robotic surgery, publishing over thirty research articles in peer-reviewed medical journals. He also authored four book chapters on urological surgery, and has presented at national medical conferences.
Since his return to Salt Lake City, he enjoys teaching future urologists as an adjunct professor at the University of Utah. Dr. Caputo treats patients for all aspects of urologic health, but has a particular interest in treating kidney, prostate, and bladder cancer. He implements minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible in order to facilitate swift patient recovery.
Dr. Caputo enjoys skiing and hiking, as well as spending time with his family. He is married and has two wonderful children.
- Medical School
- Temple University School of Medicine; Philadelphia, PA - 2009
- University of Texas Health Science Center; Houston, TX - 2010
- University of Texas Health Science Center; Houston, TX - 2014
- Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Cleveland, OH - 2016
- Board Certified