Urology Resources for Professionals

Our relationships with our professional colleagues are critical to the care we provide to the children and families we treat. To improve your experience and promote collaboration as we work together to care for our patients, we've collected a variety of resources and educational materials.

Referrals and consultations

To refer a patient, request a consultation, or if you have questions about one of your patients who is being seen by our team, we encourage you to call us at any time.

Our offices are open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, your calls are referred to the urologist on call.

Case studies



The Division of Urology at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers a flexible two- or three-year fellowship, and we accept one ACGME pediatric urology fellow per year.

Learn more about our urology fellowship opportunities.

Condition-specific resources

Febrile UTI management

Guidelines on the diagnosis and management of an infant with a febrile UTI were published in the September issue of Pediatrics. Read the article.

Management of children with complex urologic and kidney disease

Watch this webinar about management of children with chronic kidney disease who also have complex anomalies of the urinary tract, from conservative management, to surgery, to kidney transplant.

Urology clinical pathways

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers a library of clinical pathways for the evaluation and treatment of children with a variety of urologic conditions.

Each clinical pathway is a task-oriented care plan that details essential steps in the care of patients with specific clinical problems and describes the patient's expected clinical course.

Next Steps
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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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Clinical Research

To provide optimal care, we are constantly seeking to better understand the conditions we treat and how our interventions affect outcomes.