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West Campus

Phone: 832-227-2220


18200 Katy Freeway
3rd Floor, Suite 340
Houston, TX 77094

Stephen Canon, MD, FAAP

Chief Surgical Officer, Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus
Pediatric Urologist

Professor of Surgery, Department of Urology, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Nationwide Children's Hospital Fellowship Pediatric Urology 2007
University of Tennessee Medical School Residency Urology 2005
University of Tennessee Residency General Surgery 2001
University of Texas Medical Branch Medical School Doctor of Medicine 1999
Texas A&M University Bachelors Bachelor of Science 1995


Dr. Canon strives to serve children in the state of Texas and beyond through excellent patient care delivery, research, resident and medical student education, and improvement in the delivery of health care and its outcomes. 

Clinical Interests

All pediatric urologic diseases, both common and complex urologic problems, including kidney stones and robotic surgery, in children and adolescents.

Research Interests:   

Clinical and epidemiologic study of hypospadias  

Utilization of technology to improve patient care 


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Pediatrics Fellow; At Large Member, Section on Urology Executive Committee (2021 – Present) and Education Committee Chair (2016 – 2019)
American Association of Pediatric Urologists Member (2010 - Present)
American Urological Association Member (2005 - Present)
HealthTech Arkansas Clinical Advisory Board Member (May, 2019 – June, 2021)
Societies of Pediatric Urology Member (2007 - Present)

Selected Publications

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