Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, if you have recently traveled out of the country or are experiencing fever, cough, or flu-like symptoms, we ask that you call to reschedule your appointment. If you are experiencing symptoms or not feeling well be sure to contact your primary care physician.
This is a time for concern, but not a time for panic. We are continuing our daily cleaning procedures of all surface areas and using CDC guidelines in taking every precaution to ensure your well-being during your visit to any of our clinics or facilities. Click here for more information on Uropartners and the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For the safety and convenience of our patients, Uropartners is now offering Telehealth visits in addition to in-office visits. Telehealth visits allow you to see your provider virtually. Call your provider's office to schedule a Telehealth visit today. Click here for more information on Telehealth.
Welcome to UroPartners
UroPartners is the largest urology group in the Midwest, providing advanced care in urological conditions by some of the most renowned physicians in Chicago. We are a collaborative group of over eighty experienced urological specialists at over thirty Chicagoland locations. UroPartners experts in urology, pathology, and radiation oncology use state of the art techniques to care for our patients. We pride ourselves on communicating with and educating our patients about their urologic conditions and treatment options. This partnership is vital in selecting the best treatment for each individual.
Watch this short video on Bladder Leakage and Urinary Incontenence.
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Uropartners' Surgery Center
UroPartners' Surgery Center has been designed to provide the highest quality care to our patients at a reasonable cost.
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UroPartners Offers APWT
APWT is a non-invasive, office-based procedure that has become an innovative treatment option for treating urological pain and vascular disorders associated with erectile dysfunction.