Urology - Patient Care and Treatment

Urology - Patient Care and Treatment

Penn State Children’s Urology team expertly treats everything from recurrent bladder infections to the most complex urologic disorders.

Schedule an appointment

800-243-1455

Urology care

Penn State Pediatric Urology diagnoses and treats disorders that affect kids’ urinary and reproductive systems (urogenital tract). Sometimes children are born with these problems and sometimes they develop them after and injury or illness.

Our services

Our urology team treats conditions that involve the kidneys, bladder and sex organs (genitalia), including:

How to make an appointment

Call us at 800-243-1455 to make an appointment. We’ll ask about your child’s condition and your doctor’s plan for care.

Please let us know if you have changed your address, phone number, insurance coverage or your primary care doctor.

What to bring to your first appointment

We need all of your child’s medical records: X-rays and surgery records that relate to the condition when you come for your first visit. Your referring doctor can share this information with us, but you’ll need to gather any necessary records from your other doctors.

Bring a list of any medicine (including prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicine, vitamins and supplements) that your child is taking and their dosages (amounts). 

Be sure to let us know if your child has any allergies.

Bring a list of questions that you’d like to ask the doctor during your visit.

Cancelations

Please let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel or change your appointment, so that we can offer the open appointment time to another patient. We ask for at least 24 hours’ notice to cancel or change appointments.

Because of the type of care we provide, sometimes we must tend to emergencies. If this happens on the day of your appointment, it could cause your appointment to be delayed or canceled. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Our top priority is the health of each patient. If your appointment is canceled, we’ll reschedule it as quickly as possible.

Hospital admissions and billing

We want your child’s stay to be convenient and comfortable. You may want to review the following information about our admissions and billing procedures before you arrive.

Contact Us

Scheduling: 717-531-8887
Fax: 717-531-4475

Academic Office: 717-531-8848


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