Urologists specialize in the urinary systems of men and women, as well as the male reproductive system. They diagnose and treat all forms of urologic cancer, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction and urinary problems—including stress incontinence, overactive bladder and urinary tract infections, among others. The board-certified urologists of Temple Health Center City are from Temple University Hospital's Department of Urology. In addition to their proven experience and clinical skills, our urologists also possess a deep sensitivity to maintaining the dignity and privacy of each patient.

At Temple Health Center City, patients with urological concerns have access to one-on-one urology consultations, certain diagnostic procedures and an array of non-surgical treatments, including many medications.

If surgery is required, patients will be referred to a board-certified urologic surgeon at Temple University Hospital. Our surgeons specialize in robotic-assisted procedures for most forms of urologic cancer. Because robotic-assisted surgery requires tiny incisions, it potentially offers faster recovery times, less pain, less blood loss and a reduced risk of infection.  Learn more about robotic-assisted urologic surgery at Temple.

For the convenience of our patients living or working in Center City, all pre-surgical appointments and post-surgical follow-ups can be scheduled with a urologist at Temple Health Center City.

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To schedule an appointment with a urologist at Temple Health Center City, click here or call 215-875-2200.

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