Dr. Neighbors, a native of Alexandria, Virginia, graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. He began his medical training at the Medical College of Virginia and earned his medical degree in 1990. Following an internship in general surgery at the Medical College of Virginia, Dr. Neighbors continued his postgraduate medical training at Duke University Medical Center where he completed further general surgery experience followed by residency in Urology. Dr. Neighbors is a member of the American Urological Association, the North Carolina Urological Association, and the North Carolina Medical Society. He is board-certified by the American Board of Urology.
Dr. Neighbors enjoys caring for patients with general urologic problems although his areas of special interest include urologic malignancies, robotic surgery of the prostate, endourology, and prostate enlargement. Professionally, Dr. Neighbors has served as Chairman of the Division of Urology for Wake County and as a member of the Medical Executive Committee and several other committees of Rex Hospital. He remains committed to clinical research, serving as sub-investigator for many past and ongoing urologic clinical trials.
Dr. Neighbors and his wife have three children. He enjoys spending time with his family, following his children’s sports, playing tennis and golf, participating in Church activities, and cheering for his alma maters’ sports teams and the Carolina Hurricanes.