From our Chairman
I’m excited to share with you my passion for our department and our commitment to excellence in urologic care. In keeping with UF Health’s mission, we remain committed to providing outstanding patient care, conducting innovative research and training tomorrow’s leaders.
With over a 60 year history, UF Urology provides a multidisciplinary approach to some of the most challenging urologic disorders by combining the expertise of physicians from many specialties within UF Health, all with the common goal of providing the best patient-centered care.
Core Lecture with Dr. Paul Crispen | Tuesday, 8/10/21 | 7:00 am
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The UF Department of Urology is thrilled to announce the addition of its newest UroGator, Dr. Briston Whiles, after matching into the UF Urology 2022…
Kevin Campbell MD discusses male infertility. He shares the initial steps in the workup of male infertility, exploring medical therapies that optimize fertility and surgical options available to improve or restore male fertility.
UF Urology Conference Room & Zoom/Email Stephanie.Stenner@urology.ufl.edu for Zoom Meeting Information
7:00am to 8:00am
Friday, September 3, 2021 at 6:00 pm | Hotel Eleo at the University of Florida
It was late December when Susan Baglivio, a 68-year-old outpatient surgery nurse from St. Augustine, felt that she may have a urinary tract infection, or UTI.
After a series of tests, the medical team had two findings: the source of her pain was an ovarian cyst, but Jessica also had an incidental finding of a tumor on her left kidney.
When, Harlee became septic with the worst urinary tract infection of her life, her parents turned to UF Health pediatric urologist Christopher Bayne, MD and UF Health pediatric radiologist Priya Sharma, MD, who collaborated with both MRI and intra-operative imaging to customize a robotic surgery focused on preserving Harlee’s kidney.
UroGators Alumni Society
The UroGators of the University of Florida (UF) Department of Urology serve to support and promote the advancement of urologic education for residents and members, to enhance fellowship and communication between current and former residents, fellows and faculty, and to serve as advisors to those who support UF’s Department of Urology.