Urological services at Wesley Woodlawn Hospital & ER

At Wesley Woodlawn Hospital & ER, our urology services not only provide expert diagnostic and treatment options for urologic disorders, but also provide screening services for prostate cancer. We partner with oncologists to provide comprehensive cancer care for urologic cancers, such as kidney cancer, bladder cancer and prostate cancer.

For more information about our urology services, please call (316) 858-2610.

Advanced urologic treatment options

We offer cutting-edge treatment options for urologic conditions, like bladder prolapse and kidney stones. Our advanced technology allows us to provide precise, expedited care, so you can have a faster return back to your normal activities. We implement robotic surgery, when appropriate, offering smaller incisions and more precise movements, which is key when dealing with the sensitive structures of the urinary and reproductive systems.

Located in northeast Wichita, Wesley Woodlawn Hospital & ER provides expert urologic care within the Wesley Healthcare network. For questions, contact Wesley Woodlawn Hospital & ER directly at (316) 858-2610.

Coming to Wesley Woodlawn for urologic care

Urologic care is administered only upon a doctor's order. We are able to see patients with a doctor's referral or patients who enter through our emergency room experiencing urologic symptoms.

We perform imaging services to diagnose urologic conditions in our imaging center. For imaging, please enter through the entrance on the southeast side of the building next to the ER.

For patients receiving a urologic procedure, please enter through our main hospital entrance on the north side of the building. Our admissions desk will gather your information and direct you where to go once inside the facility.

Urology at Wesley Healthcare

Urology is the practice of medicine that deals with the urinary tract and system. Problems may arise due to diseases or dysfunction of the urinary system. Urologists treat males and females but specialize in the male reproductive system.

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