Comprehensive Urology Care

UC San Diego Health offers comprehensive care for all types of urologic conditions in men and women, including:

Areas of Expertise and Specialty Centers

As part of a research-intensive academic medical center, our patients benefit from specialized expertise that is not commonly available at community hospitals. Our areas of expertise and specialty centers include:

  • Kidney Stone Center, a highly respected, high-volume center that uses the most effective, safe techniques for preventing and treating kidney stones
  • Male fertility and sexual health, a program dedicated to male reproductive health, offering microsurgery for vasectomy reversal and other complex procedures
  • Male reconstructive urology, surgical treatments for complex disorders of the urethra and genitourinary system
  • Neurourology for voiding disorders caused by neurological issues such as injury to the spinal chord.
  • Pediatric urology, a nationally ranked program by U.S. News & World Report. We also offer care for adolescents with congenital urologic malformation who need help transitioning from pediatric to adult care.
  • Urologic cancers, offering international leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of bladder, kidney, prostate and all other types of urologic cancers
  • Women's Pelvic Medicine Center, the region's first comprehensive female pelvic medicine center

Research and Clinical Trials

Urologists at UC San Diego Health are dedicated to advancing treatments, technologies and procedures in the field. Read about research and clinical trials taking place in urology.



Appointments & Referrals

Meet Our Providers

Locations

La Jolla

Encinitas

Hillcrest

Urology News
5/6/2019
WebMD

​Features Brent Rose, MD, and Reith Sarkar, clinical research associate

5/6/2019
University of California San Diego School of Medicine researchers report that men treated with medications for benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) experienced a two-year delay in diagnosi ...
2/25/2019
In this corner clinic, our experts discuss male pelvic rehab, a new polio-like illness and germs in the gym.