Clinics and Programs
Our experienced pediatric urology care team provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment at general and specialty clinics. We take a holistic, family-centered approach to patient care, addressing your child’s urological health, as well as other areas of life that can be affected by urological conditions, such as nutrition, growth and development. It’s all part of our commitment to the Jesuit principle of cura personalis—“care for the whole person.”
Obstetricians perform most circumcisions within days of the baby’s birth, before the mother and baby leave the birthing hospital. However, some newborns are not candidates for circumcision immediately after birth, due to an urgent medical problem, prematurity or other health concern. Pediatric urologists in our Circumcision Clinic provide outpatient consults for these children and can perform the surgery on an outpatient basis when it is safe to do so.
The clinic is for healthy babies who weigh 12 pounds or less. When performing the circumcision, our care team uses local anesthesia, which means less pain and lower cost.
Appointments are available at our Burnet and Liberty Campuses.
General Urology Clinics
General urology clinics offer comprehensive diagnostic testing and therapies for conditions affecting the kidneys, bladder and genitourinary system. Our pediatric urologists provide prenatal evaluations and see children from birth through young adulthood.
Health Bladder Clinic
The Healthy Bladder Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s provides comprehensive, expert care for children who have bladder and urinary tract concerns.
Posterior Urethral Valves (PUV) Center
The Posterior Urethral Valves (PUV) Center at Cincinnati Children’s is the first in the world to offer comprehensive, well-coordinated care for children with this rare disorder.
The Stone Center at Cincinnati Children’s provides comprehensive diagnostic testing and care for stones in the urinary tract, including bladder and kidney stones. Our experienced team includes physicians, nurses, dietitians, genetic counselors and social workers, who offer multidisciplinary evaluation and advanced therapies.
The Urogenital Center at Cincinnati Children’s provides high-quality, lifelong care for children with complex conditions that involve abnormalities of the bladder, urethra, vagina and anorectum.