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Our dedicated providers work in the newly renovated Fauquier Health Medical Center on Fauquier Hospital’s campus in Warrenton, Virginia. They maintain a patient-centered approach to medicine and offer treatment options for urologic cancers, kidney stones and incontinence. The most rewarding aspect is helping to improve a patient's overall quality of life.
Fauquier Health Urology offers telemedicine services to provide "virtual" care visits to patients in need of care. Given the current environment of COVID-19, social distancing is a new norm. Telemedicine services makes this possible. Patients should not wait for care.
Dr. Brian DeCastro is a skilled urologist, equipped with a patient care philosophy of “the patient comes first." While he enjoys all aspects of urology, Dr. DeCastro is particularly interested in the prevention and management of kidney stones, advancements in testosterone replacement and any area that allows him to improve his patients’ quality of life. As a former Army service member, Dr. DeCastro understands the importance of a supportive community and brings a level of warmth and professionalism to every procedure he is a part of.
After earning his Doctor of Medicine degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2002, Dr. DeCastro completed his internship and residency program in general surgery and urology at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington. Dr. DeCastro served as Chief of Urology at Winn Army Community Hospital in Fort Stewart Georgia for the past five years. He is board certified in urology.
During Dr. DeCastro’s tenure in the Army, he received the Patient Safety Award, as well as the Army Commendation Medal from Madigan Army Medical Center. He was also named Preceptor of the Year by the Interservice Physician Assistant Program. Dr. DeCastro is a member of the American Urologic Association, Society of Governmental Urologists, Southeastern Section of the American Urologic Association and the Georgia Urologic Association.
Dr. DeCastro completed a variety of research presentations and projects during his medical training that included topics related to prostate cancer, cystoscopy, urethral strictures, testicular microlithiasis, erectile dysfunction, and gross and microscopic hematuria.
Dr. DeCastro enjoys spending time with his family, watching sports – he is a huge Seahawks and Syracuse fan — vegetable gardening (especially aquaponics) and cooking. He also loves trying new restaurants with his wife.
As a major in the United States Air Force, Dr. Sullivan was a caring and compassionate physician for active duty military and their dependents. While many people think of urologists as only treating men, she clarifies, “Women, like men, can have kidney stones, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, and incontinence.” Dr. Sullivan focuses on providing excellent, patient-centered care, every day.
After earning her Doctor of Medicine degree from the George Washington School of Medicine in 2005, Dr. Sullivan completed the University of Colorado Hospital Internship and Residency Program. She served as the Chief of Urology at Travis Air Force Base in California for three years. She is board certified in Urology.
Dr. Sullivan conducted a variety of research projects and presentations during her medical training, including topics related to prostate cancer, vasectomy, and other urological procedures. She was a manager of a skills verification program that ensured urologists were current on issues in urology and surgical techniques.
210 W. Shirley Ave., Suite 159
Warrenton, VA 20186