Urologic diseases affect more than 20 million men, women, and children in the United States. Yale Medicine Urology, named one of the nation’s best urology programs by U.S. News & World Report, cares for adults and children with conditions that affect the bladder, kidneys, pelvic floor, penis, testicles, and urinary tract. Some urologic conditions are present at birth, and others develop over time.
Whether for a routine checkup or highly specialized care, our urologists and caregivers provide the most advanced treatment, grounded in research. Our urologists are leaders in the fields of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, as well as men’s health. Our oncology team has made key research breakthroughs in the treatment of metastatic bladder cancer and kidney cancer. In addition, we offer specialized care for kidney disease, incontinence, stone disease, sexual medicine, neurogenic bladder, transgender care and reconstructive surgery after trauma.
We use the most advanced technology and procedures to give our patients the best care available. Our urologists offer Artemis MRI-ultrasound fusion for prostate biopsy, advanced imaging, laparoscopic and daVinci Si robotic surgery, as well as UroLift and GreenLight laser procedures.
Our doctors and the hospitals where we provide care rank among the best in the country. In addition to providing treatment at Yale New Haven Hospital, Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, and Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, we also have offices located in communities across Connecticut. Our patients benefit from EPIC, a state-of-the-art electronic medical record, where all patient records, imaging, and lab results are easily available to our urologists. With MyChart, patients can access their records 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
Above all, at Yale Medicine Urology, we believe in the importance of the patient-doctor relationship. It is the cornerstone of what we do—provide compassionate, quality urologic care to every patient, every day.