Urology Division

What Every Woman Needs to Know About Aging and Gynecological Health

Menopause and post-menopause can be a challenging journey. With the right kind of self care, health care and support, yours can be a seamless transition. After all, this is a time in life when you may be coming into your own in your career and personal life – finding new pathways to self-expression and more...
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Work Towards Prevention with Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

September marks Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Prostate cancer is cancer of the gland inside the groin between the penis and testes. With awareness, regular screenings, and healthy lifestyle habits, prostate cancer can be prevented. We appreciate the men in our communities, families, and workplaces, which is why it’s important to be aware of prostate cancer....
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Prostate Cancer Health Forum – September 12th

Join us for a FREE Prostate Cancer Health Forum on Monday, September 12th In honor of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Premier Cares Foundation has partnered with national organization, the Prostate Conditions Education Council to hold a very special meeting of this health forum. Moderated by Dr. Evan Goldfischer, a board certified urologist with light refreshments...
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Get Your Mojo Back! Join Us For a FREE Men’s Health Webinar hosted by Dr. Jaspreet Singh – July 27

Join us for a FREE Men’s Health Webinar hosted by Dr. Jaspreet Singh Learn about a treatment for erectile dysfunction beyond medication that hundreds of thousands of men have chosen as a way to return to themselves and an active sex life. Also, learn about a treatment for male urinary incontinence beyond pads or diapers...
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Sun, Sand, and Kidney Stones: How warmer weather can increase your risk of renal stone disease

What are kidney stones? Calculi, better known as kidney stones, are mineral deposits that originate in the kidney. They start as microscopic particles that join together to form stones in the presence of high levels of particular substances in the urine. Some stones can form in as little as 90 minutes. Physicians refer to this...
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Celebrate National Kidney Month by Taking Good Care of Them

Most of us are born with two bean-shaped kidneys that reside on the left and right side of your spine and part of the lower portion of your rib cage. While not the largest part of the body like the skin, your kidneys have one of the most important roles in your health: removing toxins...
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