Our team includes doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers and psychologists, who work together to address whatever concerns your child has.
In addition to providing general urology clinics for common urologic problems, we offer specialized care at our:
- Urogenital Center
- Healthy Bladder Clinic
- Comprehensive Stone Center
- Circumcision Clinic
Learn more about our general and specialty clinics.
We also participate in several multidisciplinary care clinics in different areas of the hospital. These include clinics at the:
These clinics allow patients with complex conditions to see multiple specialists on the same day, in one location. Each specialist has a unique perspective about your child’s condition and potential treatment options. The specialists will meet as a team to develop a well-coordinated plan of care.
Our team is passionately committed to cura personalis, the Jesuit tradition of caring for the whole person, not just a specific condition. This means that while we focus on your child’s urological health, we also recognize that urological conditions can affect many other areas of life, from nutrition to emotions to growth. Our goal is to address all of these concerns, with the goal of helping your child be as independent as possible and live life to the fullest.
Pediatric urologists at Cincinnati Children’s were the first surgeons in the United States to perform a pediatric surgery using the da Vinci Xi Surgical System Robotic System. This advanced, minimally invasive technology allows surgeons to perform delicate procedures with pinpoint precision and control. Robotic surgery can lead to less pain, faster healing and shorter hospital stays—and, in some cases, no hospital stay whatsoever.
Paul Noh, MD, leads the minimally invasive surgery program for the Division of Pediatric Urology. He and fellow pediatric urologists Pramod Reddy, MD, William DeFoor, MD, and Andrew Strine, MD, perform robotic surgeries on children of all ages, including infants.