Dr. David Champ Weeks moved to the Gulf Coast area in 2010 after practicing in the Seattle-Tacoma area since 2005. Dr. Weeks is a member of the medical staff at the Memorial Hospital at Gulfport. Active participation as the Medical Director of Robotic Surgery as well as being Chief of Surgery at prior healthcare systems allows him to understand and direct patient care with a firm understanding of universal healthcare. He also actively contributes in the American Urology Association, the Southeastern Section of the AUA, the Mississippi State Medical Association as well as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He holds active medical and surgical licenses in Mississippi since his relocation to the gulf coast area.  He has previously held licenses in Virginia, Washington, DC, Washington, Louisiana, and California.

By promoting patient and community awareness, Dr. Weeks strives to enthusiastically promote urologic education. He has lectured on prostate cancer, robotic applications, prostate enlargement, hematuria (blood in the urine), male impotence, pediatric disorders, and minimally invasive procedures for the kidney such as laparoscopy and cryotherapy. Dr. Weeks has also published several works in national journals based on his work in Urology. With the goal of raising the overall standard of patient care, he has also mentored several colleagues in robotic surgical techniques as well as applications for male and female incontinence.  This teaching involves robotic surgery,  laparoscopy and numerous techniques in several areas.

He completed his residency training in 2004 at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC.

  • He was recognized by his mentors and peers by receiving the Outstanding Resident Teaching Award
  • Laparoscopic Achievement Award
  • Numerous student teaching awards
  • Elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society for his teaching and leadership role in the Georgetown University Medical School and Residency Programs.
  • His medical doctorate degree was earned in 1999 from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
  • He has obtained a Master of Science degree in Biomechanics and Human Physiology, cum laude, from Georgia State University.
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia in 1992.