The University of Illinois Outpatient Clinical Care Center and Urology Cancer Clinic are located across Wood Street from the University hospital. The residents see patients under direct supervision of both the chief resident and attending physician. With six-month rotations, residents have the opportunity to follow clinic patients to the hospital or outpatient surgical setting and to follow-up care in the clinic. The clinic has facilities for the residents to be trained in routine procedures such as flexible cystoscopy, trans-rectal ultrasonography and prostate needle biopsy.
UI Urology Clinic, Specialty Care Building
Attending physicians and residents evaluate and treat patients at the Urology Clinic in newly built, state-of-the-art facility Specialty Care Building. General urology is coordinated by Dr. Garvey and Dr. Mima. Dr. Ohlander focuses on male infertility. Dr. Crivellaro addresses complex urologic issues necessitating percutaneous, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. Dr. Acar concentrates on pelvic health and coordinates reconstructive urologic surgery. Urologic oncology is addressed by Dr. Moreira. Christa Mustapha, APN provides a multitude of peri-operative services and patient education. In addition, the clinic is equipped to perform simple and complex urodynamic tests, transrectal ultrasonography and transrectal prostate biopsies and minor surgical procedures, such as vasectomy and biopsy and/or fulguration of genital lesions.
Gender Affirmation Surgery Clinic, University Village