About the Division of Urology

us news urology badgeTreating children with urologic issues is our focus at the Division of Urology. Each year we perform more than 4,000 surgeries and treat more than 20,000 children — some of whom travel to Philadelphia from around the world.

Our division is consistently ranked as one of the top programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report's Best Children’s Hospitals survey for treatment of complex pediatric urologic issues. Established in 1970 as the first program dedicated to the urologic needs of children, our Division:

  • Has a history of innovation
  • Is committed to optimal care
  • Is dedicated to training future generations of pediatric urologists from the United States and abroad

Expertise

Our multidisciplinary team of experts specializes in diagnosing and treating a wide range of urologic disorders in children and adolescents. Our team is comprised of world leaders in pediatric urology, with experts in minimally invasive surgery, genito-urinary reconstruction, comprehensive management of disorders of sex development, management of the neurogenic bladder, and the treatment of kidney stones and dysfunctional voiding.

Members of our team have pioneered many of the reconstructive surgical procedures that are used throughout the world today to treat urologic conditions. These include repairs for:

Learn more about what sets us apart »

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Your Child's Urology Surgery

Find information to help you prepare for your child's upcoming urology surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Why Choose Us

The Division of Urology at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is consistently ranked as one of the top pediatric urology programs in the nation.


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