Dr. Marianne Passarelli grew up in Vermont and attended Cornell University followed by the University of Vermont College of Medicine.She completed her Urologic training at SUNY Health Science Center Syracuse. She practiced in Syracuse, NY for two years before moving to New Haven with her general surgeon husband Dr. James Passarelli.
Dr. Passarelli was the first woman to practice Urology in southern Connecticut. When she started practice in New Haven there was only one other woman Urologist in the state of Connecticut. Since that time she has focused her practice on women’s health issues. She cares for patients with overactive bladder, voiding dysfunction, incontinence and recurrent urinary tract infections in addition to the evaluation and management of stone disease and hematuria. She focuses on conservative and behavioral therapies of management before considering surgical therapy. These therapies include but are not limited to dietary and behavioral management, physical therapy, biofeedback and neuromodulation.
Dr. Passarelli sees patients in Hamden, Madison, Old Saybrook and New Haven. She cares for patients at the Saint Raphael Campus of Yale New Haven Hospital.
Education & Training
- MBAQuinnipiac University School of Business (2014)
- Chief ResidentSUNY Health Science Center (1992)
- ResidentSUNY Health Science Center (1991)
- Assistant ResidentSUNY Health Science Center (1988)
- InternSUNY Health Science Center (1987)
- MDUniversity of Vermont College of Medicine (1986)
- BSCornell University College of Engineering (1982)
Honors & Recognition
|Castle Connolly Top Doctor||2012, 2013, 2014|
|SUNY Health Science Center General Surgery Teaching Award||1988|
|New Haven Community Medical Group||Surgical Committee||2014 - 2015|
|Hospital of Saint Raphael||Credentials Committee||2004 - 2014|
|Hospital of Saint Raphael||Medical Board, Treasurer||2002 - 2004|
|American College of Surgeons||Connecticut Chapter Committee on Applicants||2000 - 2018|