The Department of Urology strives to develop innovative ways to advance the diagnosis and treatment of urologic diseases and educate the next generation of leaders in the field. We are leading the way by addressing every aspect of our mission: patient care; education; discovery and innovation; public health; and teaching.

What sets UI Urology apart, and will continue to do so as we continue at a rapid pace along all these aspects of our mission,
is our interest in envisioning the future. And we have well defined, tangible ways of getting there.

That’s driving so much of what we’re doing and builds on a fabulous culture that attracts so many to want to be a part of our department.

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da Vinci SP

The University of Illinois at Chicago Hospital and Health Center (UI Health)  the first medical center in Chicago and among the first in the world to implement a state-of-the-art robotic surgical system that will treat patients in minimally invasive surgery, particularly in Urology.
The da Vinci SP operating system is the fourth generation of the globally recognized da Vinci system used for minimally-invasive surgical treatment. The single-port robotic-assisted device was approved for urological procedures by the Food and Drug Administration in June 2018, and UI Health’s first-to-market status with the system affirms UI Urology’s Minimally Invasive Program and Urology’s standing as one the most highly respected programs in the U.S., said UI Urology chair Craig Niederberger, M.D.

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