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Urology Program

Urology Program

The Urology program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin provides state-of-the-art medical and surgical treatment for children of all ages in addition to prenatal counseling. These include disorders that afflict the kidneys, ureters, bladder and genitalia. We also care for disorders of incontinence and urinary tract infections. We value multi-disciplinary integrated care to optimize the collective wisdom of many internationally recognized specialists at Children's Hospital. Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcomes for the most complex and rare conditions.
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In the news

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has been designated a "Center of Excellence" in the treatment of bladder and cloacal exstrophy by the Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (A-BE-C). A-BE-C's Centers of Excellence program is the first to recognize health systems that are meeting the highest standards of treatment for the rare conditions of bladder and cloacal exstrophy, including post-operative and long-term care.

Our urology team

Our urology specialists are internationally known and listed in prestigious rankings that include Best Doctors in America™. The program is led by John Kryger, MD, who has held leadership roles in health care and a variety of professional organizations, including the American Urologic Association, the Society for Fetal Urology, and the Wisconsin Urologic Society.  

Because children often need months or sometimes even years of follow-up care, our urology team works closely with each patient’s referring physician and urologist.

Video: Our urology program

 

Top-of-the-line services

Our urology specialists are highly skilled in caring for the sickest children, including newborn babies who require surgery right after birth. We work in close collaboration with many other nationally recognized specialists at Children's Hospital to give your child the best possible outcomes and patient care experiences.

We provide treatments for a wide range of children’s’ urologic conditions including:

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