Urological Care

South Shore Hospital’s Urology Department is comprised of board certified experts in the diagnosis and treatment of urological disorders of the kidneys, bladder, and prostate including malignancies, stone disease and incontinence. We use the latest technologies, to not only help in the diagnosis but in the personalized treatment options as well.

U.S. News & World Report ranks our regional urology program among the best in the nation. We treat every specialty of male and female urology, including:

  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
  • Kidney Cancer
  • Kidney Stones
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Infertility
  • Voiding dysfunctions, such as incontinence
  • Prostate-related diseases
  • Neuro-urology
  • Female urology, including pelvic floor prolapse
  • General urology

Advanced Technology, Personalized Approach

Our compassionate, multidisciplinary approach to care allows our expert urological care team to work closely together to thoughtfully provide unique recommendations and management of the most beneficial treatment plan for each patient.

We specialize in the latest minimally-invasive surgical interventions for prostate and kidney cancer with onsite access to the da Vinci® Robotic Surgical System while also offering the latest in technologies including Greenlight and mircrowave therapy to treat enlarged prostates.  Minimally-invasive surgeries offer precision to yield faster recoveries, less dependence on pain medications post-surgery and more precise, surgical maneuvers guided by the surgeon.

World-leading laser procedures use concentrated light to generate precise and intense heat to treat urological conditions such as BPH.  The laser procedures have proven successful at delivering long-lasting symptom relief and fast return to normal activities in patients with enlarged prostates.

Contact Us

To find a urological surgeon affiliated with South Shore Hospital, call our physician referral line at 781-624-6673 or use our Find a Doctor tool.



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