Providers

1520 Liberty Drive
Bloomington, IN 47403
Phone: 812.676.4300
Fax: 812.676.4301

Physicians 

Paula Bunde, MD
Bryan Hoff, MD
Dean Lenz, MD
Amanda Pettibone-Pond, MD

Advanced Practice provider

Rebecca Harris, PA

Paula Bunde, MD

Board certified Urology

Dr. Bunde is a board certified urologist. She received her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine where she also completed a residency in urology and internship in general surgery. Dr. Bunde is a member of the American Urological Association and Society of Women in Urology.
 


Bryan Hoff, MD

Board certified Urology

Dr. Hoff is a board certified urologist who completed medical school at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He then completed a residency at the University of South Florida. Dr. Hoff is married and has three children.


Dean Lenz, MD, FACS

Board certified Urology

Dr. Lenz is both board certified and fellowship trained in urologic surgery. He earned a medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He then completed a residency at Penn State University and a fellowship at Monash University Medical Centre in Melbourne, Australia. As a Clinical Assistant Professor, he is actively involved in education with the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Lenz helped start the robotic surgery program at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

Dr. Lenz is married with three young children. He is a fifth generation Hoosier and enjoys travel, third world medicine, playing the saxophone and mandolin, and IU athletics.
 


Amanda Pettibone-Pond, MD

Education: St. George’s University School of Medicine
Residency: University of Tennessee Health Science Center


Rebecca Harris, PA

Nationally certified in urology

Education: Touro College, Brooklyn, NY
Practicing Since: 1997

Q: Who has been your greatest influence in life? I would say my dad. He was a writer, a physician, a psychiatrist. Although he passed away five years ago, I continue to ask myself: ‘How would my dad manage certain situations?” I admired him. He worked hard until the day he passed away and he thoroughly enjoyed his work. He was immersed in his work with his patients. Q: What does success look like on any given day? At the end of the day, I want to know my patients have been well cared for and that a good treatment plan has been put in motion to improve their well-being.

Q: What do you do to stay healthy, both in body and mind? I exercise everyday – 30 minutes on an elliptical machine – and I recommend patients stay active. I also like to garden or landscape and work crossword puzzles. In my off hours, I help run a chess club for children between kindergarten and 12th grade. My 12-year-old son belongs to a club. I play too and I love it, but I’m not very good.

Q: What has been your most memorable moment in medicine? I worked on a burn unit for years…I was helping a patient who had been trying to survive after an explosion. His last hours and his last words were so very personal to me. He was in a grave situation, yet when I asked him if he could see me, he replied: “I can see your blue eyes.” Within a day he passed away. He was still capable of such kindness in a horrible moment. It really moved me.