Urology at Maimonides
The Division of Urology at Maimonides, created over 40 years ago, treats urological conditions with the help of state-of-the-art technology in the hands of highly trained physicians.
State-of-art facilities for urologic care
- A dedicated operating room, in the ambulatory and surgical unit, with a modern Siemens fluoroscopy table.
- A dedicated urology operating nursing team with a nurse team leader.
- Modernized equipment, such as a green light laser for benign prostatic hyperplasia, a surgical microscope and new equipment in the urodynamics lab.
- Expansion and further depth of subspecialties.
We have expertise in sexual medicine, male and female urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, urethral strictures and genital abnormalities. Our other specialties include:
Prostate, bladder, kidney, adrenal and testicular cancer
Includes oncology for prostate, bladder, kidney, adrenal and testicular cancer. Our physicians are pioneers in the application of robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgical techniques in urologic procedures, minimizing the trauma of more traditional surgery and facilitating recovery.
Includes the diagnosis and treatment of congenital abnormalities and acquired illnesses in newborns, infants and children. Our physicians have more than 70 years of experience caring for complex urological problems in children. Conditions can include bladder extrophy, hypospadias, hernias, vesicoureteral reflux and uretero-pelvic junction obstructions.
Urinary Stone Disease
Our physicians are specialists in female urology and incontinence, as well as urinary stone disease.
Partnering with Your Primary Care Physician
Your primary care physician will often be the first to detect urological symptoms. It is crucially important for us to build alliances and closely collaborate with your referring doctor. Each year, we hold a conference for primary care practitioners to help them understand urological conditions and illnesses, such as PSA testing, overactive bladder, erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency and hematuria.