UM Health-Sparrow brings comprehensive urological care to Mid-Michigan patients

Specialized urological care is an important aspect of both men’s and women’s health. Over recent years, UM Health-Sparrow has built an impressive urology department. We are still expanding our capabilities so we can provide even better, more comprehensive care for our Mid-Michigan community and patients like you. 

UM Health-Sparrow Urology also provide services, including minor surgeries, at UM Health-Sparrow community hospitals in Carson City and St. Johns. So, whatever your needs, you can connect with a urology specialist in the setting that’s most convenient for you.

An expert team to provide the best care for patients like you

As a urology patient, you want to know you’re receiving the best care available. And you can rely on the care team at UM Health-Sparrow to provide it. We’ve recruited a team of urology specialists who are leading experts in their fields, with more than 30 years combined experience. 

This team includes fellowship-trained physicians in subspecialties such as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, male infertility, microsurgery, andrology, erectile dysfunction and urologic oncology.

The most advanced training and technology in the field

The UM Health-Sparrow urology team has also been recognized for its mastery of technically challenging procedures. Our physicians stay up to date on the latest research in the field, enabling them to deliver the best care available to patients like you. 

They are especially skilled in minimally invasive robotic-assisted surgery techniques, deploying UM Health-Sparrow hospital’s state-of-the-art technological systems. With the help of robotic-assisted surgery, your doctor can make a smaller, more precise incision, for less pain and a faster, easier recovery.

Clinical Services

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Urology Practices

Lansing Urology provides industry-leading specialized urological care for mid-Michigan.
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Urological Surgery

Urologic Surgery When medication and non-invasive procedures are unable to relieve symptoms, surgery remains the accepted and most effective treatment.