From our Chairman


Li-Ming Su, MD

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.

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UF Urology

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.

Urology News

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Congratulations to UF Health Urology faculty Drs. Terry, Bird, Canales, and DiBianco and former Fellow Dr. Bristol Wiles for their recent publication…

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Drs. Su and Canales Recognized

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The College of Medicine’s most accomplished faculty members were formally recognized as endowed chairs and professors, receiving specially engraved…

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UF Health Urology Podcasts/Videos

Paul L. Crispen, MD

Improving Outcomes for Stage I Bladder Cancer

Paul Crispen, MD, defines recurrence rates in stage I bladder cancer. He characterizes established methods to decrease disease recurrence and helps us to recognize barriers to implementing methods that would improve outcomes.

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John Michael DiBianco, MD

Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate

John Michael DiBianco, MD discusses the basics of BPH and Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate. He explains the appropriate evaluation and outlines pro’s and con’s of Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate.

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Vasectomy Reversal: Provider and Patient Considerations

Kevin Campbell MD highlights vasectomy reversal with both provider and patient consideration. He describes the workup and counseling for patients interested in vasectomy reversal. He outlines the surgical techniques and procedures available for men with a history of vasectomy and he discusses the post-operative considerations following a vasectomy reversal.

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UF Health MedEd Cast

UF Health Urology Podcasts/Videos

The official podcast of UF Health provides engaging insight on today’s trending health care topics. Earn CME credits while learning about clinical issues and research advances from experts at UF Health Shands Hospital, one of the nation’s top academic health centers. Subscribe to UF Health MedEd Cast and join the conversation!

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UrologY Events

UF Urology


  1. Dec 07

  2. Dec 12

    1. Tumor Board

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      7:00am to 8:00am

  3. Dec 14

  4. Dec 20

    1. QA/QI M&M

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      6:30am to 8:00am

  5. Dec 21

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UroGators Alumni Society

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.

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