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​Benjamin Scoll, M.D.




Undergraduate Education:
Haverford College; Haverford, PA

Medical School:
Temple University School of Medicine; Philadelphia, PA

Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Urology Residency:
Temple University Hospital and Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Benjamin Scoll’s Bio

Dr. Scoll grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A National Merit finalist, he graduated with honors from Haverford College with a degree in history. He then attended Temple University School of Medicine, where he was awarded the A. Richard Kendall award for excellence in urology. He completed his urology training at Temple University Hospital and the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.

Dr. Scoll has published papers and a textbook chapter on topics such as kidney cancer, ureteral cancer, prostate cancer, and minimally invasive surgery. He has presented many research papers and video at local and national meetings.

Dr. Scoll’s areas of interest include treatment of urologic cancers, male voiding dysfunction, and complex stone disease. He performs laparoscopy, GreenLight prostate surgery (PVP), Rezum prostate thermal therapy, no-scalpel vasectomy, and advanced stone treatments such as percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL). He has practiced in Maine since 2010.

In his free time Dr. Scoll enjoys hiking, running, camping, and all forms of skiing. He lives in South Portland with his wife and two children.


  • Urologic cancers
  • Male voiding dysfunction
  • Complex stone disease
  • Laparoscopy
  • Vasectomy

What Our Patients Say About Dr. Benjamin Scoll

"I have been a patient of Dr. Ben Scoll for well over four years. When he informed me that I had prostate cancer, I was scared. He walked me all the way through the entire experience. I feel really good when I get my injection because Ben is the bomb! The front staff who greet me when I first come in always put a smile on my face!"
D.F. (South Portland, Maine)
"Dr. Scoll not only listens...he hears you. After being diagnosed for bladder cancer, I had many questions about causes, manifestations, implications, and treatment. Dr. Scoll listened to my questions, but also heard the anxiety and tension my wife and I felt. After he clearly explained the nature of and treatment options for my problem, our trepidation was eased, and we felt confident with the course of action he prescribed. Procedure-wise, Dr. Scoll explains what he will be doing step by step, tells if any level of discomfort is expected, and carries it out deftly and efficiently. The same level of professionalism and genuine concern is shown by NP Nicole Chase and the rest of his staff. Would I refer a family member or friend? I have referred two friends who thank me and share my views about Dr. Benjamin Scoll."
A.C. (East Boothbay, Maine)