At Tampa General, we treat a full spectrum of urological conditions, ranging from common urinary tract infections to complex cancers of the bladder, kidney, and genitourinary tract. Our urology specialists develop tailored plans to meet the unique needs of both male and female patients and we partner with other teams at TGH, including oncology and gynecology, to offer multispecialty management.
The Urology Institute provides both surgical and non-surgical specialty treatments for urology problems in a single, convenient location, along with a number of advanced diagnostic testing options. From imaging and lab testing to medical treatments and minimally invasive surgeries, we offer all of the services a patient might need, with better-than-expected survival rates, a high nurse-to-patient ratio and state-of-the-art technologies.
Some of the most common general urology conditions and problems we treat include incontinence and kidney stones, as well as vaginal prolapse, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction in women and enlarged prostate, low testosterone, male infertility, and erectile dysfunction in men.
Tampa General utilizes innovative, cutting-edge techniques to treat our patients. We were the first hospital in Florida to offer the most advanced robotic technology that involves cutting just one small incision to allow for a faster and less painful recovery for urologic procedures.
Additionally, we are committed to patient education during the care journey. We work hand-in-hand with each individual we treat to help them make the best and most informed decisions about their urological health care.
Nationally Recognized for World-Class Care
Tampa General has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report for 2023-24 as Tampa-St. Petersburg's top hospital, and is recognized as One of the Nation's Best Hospitals for Urology.
Additionally, Tampa General was the only hospital in Tampa Bay to make Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals list for 2022, based on peer recommendations, patient experience ratings and certain performance indicators.