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Urology at UW Health is consistently ranked among the country's top programs and offers center-oriented specialty treatments and consultations in Pediatric Urology, urologic cancers, stone disease, urinary tract infections, voiding dysfunction and infertility, as well as a full complement of minimally-invasive surgery techniques related to urologic conditions.
Robotic prostatectomy surgery operating room

Urology Videos


Robotic prostatectomy is a less-invasive approach to prostate removal. Surgeons use robotic technology to remove cancerous tissue, while sparing nerves near the prostate that control bladder and potency. Watch


Our urologists are featured in UW Health's "Remarkable" series. Watch The Truth


More Urology videos

UW Health urologists Sara Best and Stephen Nakada treat adult patients with kidney stones.

Kidney Stone Program


Nearly 13 percent of men and 7 percent of women will develop kidney stones in their lifetime. The UW Health Kidney Stone Program was formed in 1995 and offers state-of-the-art therapy and prevention through our clinical and electronic services.

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UW Health urologists participate in many clinical trials and research programs, exploring the latest minimally and non-invasive treatments.


A large clinical research staff supports these endeavors, along with research fellows, residents and research scientists. Learn more about our urology research


Left: Dr. David Jarrard discusses our research

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