Warren L. Gray, M.D.
The intellectual challenge of being a doctor attracted Dr. Gray to the medical field, and during his career he has taken on many challenges. However, it’s the joy of being able to help people with their medical problems that he likes most about his profession.
He’s very active in the medical community as a member of the American Urological Association, the Indiana State Medical Association, the Morgan County Medical Society, the Monroe County Medical Society and the American Academy of Clinical Urologists. Currently, he participates in an experimental program for failed radiation-treated prostate cancer with a combination of HDR brachytherapy and microwave therapy.
Dr. Gray is a graduate of Butler University and the Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his internship at the IU Medical Center and his residency in surgery and urology at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
Dr. Gray and his wife have three grown children, including a daughter who joined the medical field as an anesthesiologist. In his time off, Dr. Gray enjoys golfing and photography, and in line with his love of helping people, he also spends time volunteering with anti-smoking programs.