The specialty of urology focuses on the urinary system for both men and women, as well as the male reproductive system and genitals. In addition to providing superlative patient care, the urologists at the University of Arizona College of Medicine are dedicated to improving understanding of urologic diseases through research and discovery. In addition, we provide outstanding education and training for residents and medical students as well as extensive community and academic service.
Our doctors are experts in diagnosing and caring for patients with common as well as rare and complex urologic diseases in children and adults. We offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for all types of urologic disorders, including cancers, kidney stones, incontinence, impotence, prostate diseases, bladder problems and deformities.
Our doctors also have advanced training and proficiency in the most modern surgical technologies — robotic, laparoscopic and endoscopic surgeries — and are leading the way in developing the next generation of surgical techniques.
Because we are actively involved in research, we offer patients a wide spectrum of the most up-to-the-minute treatment options available. Specific areas of research include cancers of the prostate and kidney, urinary stone disease, incontinence and urinary system reconstruction.
Division of Urology
University of Arizona College of Medicine
1501 N. Campbell Avenue
PO Box 245077
Tucson, Arizona 85724-5077
Tel: (520) 694-4032
The new UAMC Urology Clinic is housed in the new University of Arizona Urology Center located within the Arizona Cancer Center/UAMC North Building at 3838 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ. The new center features state of the art equipment and facilities in a welcoming environment. Patients will also find that parking is much easier at our new location.
We make every effort to be personally available for all community physician referrals as well as for all telephone calls from patients, families and caregivers.
Physicians, please call our Physician Resource Line at (520) 694-5868 or our clinic at (520) 694-4032
For patients seeking care in Tucson, Southern Arizona or the Southwest, you can make an appointment by calling us at (520) 694-4032
Contact us or download patient forms and handouts from our Patient Resources Page