University Hospitals Urology Institute is expanding strategically, academically, clinically, and geographically. We opt for fresh thinking. Over the past few years, we’ve almost doubled our number of published studies. We’ve substantially grown the number of grants submitted and funded. We’ve doubled the number of new providers, evolved our divisions to include a global perspective, and built leading programs that reflect today’s needs.
Our roster of diverse providers is the next generation of urologic leaders — outstanding providers, surgeons, researchers, and advanced practice professionals. A cross-disciplinary team approach means tapping experts across the system and doing what it takes to remove silos, so patients and their families get the best care. This means working together and collaborating across disciplines to ensure every need is met. It requires delving to extraordinary depths to get to the roots of patients’ concerns. And it means keeping their health at the forefront while never losing sight of their humanity. Living an entrepreneurial spirit has pushed us to grow fast, and we can accommodate more needs and reach new and vulnerable populations.
Creating a Research Path
Through a newly defined Parallel Path™ clinicians will advance healthcare through both clinical and academic medicine. With an internal support system, they can explore and pursue their research ideas and advance within the industry.
Where Education is Core
All of our trained physicians commit time to the next generation of urology leaders, providing outstanding, hands-on education and training. Our faculty provide mentorship and support so the residents so can fulfill their academic and professional goals.
A Culture of Collaboration
We recruit and retain outstanding, diverse, and global talent. Empowering new ideas and information sharing across functional and departmental lines will greatly impact caregivers, patients, and humanity.
An Industry Leader
We aspire to improve humanity and the needs of our global society. Changing the way people approach their healthcare needs. We seek and own unique opportunities and ventures that nobody else will tackle.
Redefining Men’s Health and Well-Being
A $15 million gift was awarded to University Hospitals to create the UH Cutler Center for Men. The UH Cutler Center for Men redefines men’s well-being and sense of belonging through remarkable, personalized programs that provide comprehensive, life-long support for all men. The Center offers a variety of value-added services, programs, and support that go beyond healthcare.
UH Female Urologists: Leaders in Their Field
University Hospitals Urology Institute is committed to recruiting exemplary women, many of whom carry leadership roles and continue to transcend traditional barriers across specialties to benefit our patient’s needs - all part of our vision forward.
Providing One-of-a-Kind Care to the LGBTQ+ Community
University Hospitals LGBTQ+ & Gender Care services strive to make patients feel at home. Addressing health disparities in the LGBTQ+ population through gender affirming surgery, overall health and wellness care and a wide range of nonmedical services and resources, we are champions for well-rounded lives. Participating in research and promoting education related to gender and sexual diversity, UH LGBTQ+ & Gender Care is on a path to national recognition and trusted leadership in physical, mental, social and spiritual care for gender expansive patients.
Featured Articles & News
New Options Can Improve Quality of Life for Women with Urinary Disorders
University Hospitals Urology Institute Physician Helps Assess Impact of COVID-19 on Urology Practice
Researchers Show Increased Survival Rate in Prostate Cancer Patients with Addition of Hormone Therapy Treatments
First-of-its-kind meta-analysis published in The Lancet Oncology
Going Global to Change Lives
Roe Green Global Health Scholar, Rachal Pope, MD, travels to Sierra Leone to perform surgeries in sub-Saharan Africa
Expansion of Endourology Program Improving Outcomes for Patients
UH Urology Institute focuses on new techniques and research to improve care