September 24, 2019

Is Your Prostate Enlarged? 8 Facts and 1 Big Myth You Should Know

Learn the facts and when to be concerned.

Read More
May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

How much do you know about the fourth leading cancer among men?

Read More
Robotics surgery – benefits of today’s tools

Robotics is more the norm than the exception for treating many conditions and today’s robotics offers even more patient advantages.

Read More
Testicular Cancer: A Young Man’s Guide to Early Detection

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, when all men (and women) should learn more about recognizing and treating this less prevalent, and therefore less thought about, disease.

Read More
Vasectomies and basketball—what’s the connection?

Considering a vasectomy? Read about the procedure here.

Read More
National Kidney Month and Cancer: How to Protect a Hard-Fighting Organ

Kidneys are among our hardest-working organs, which puts them at higher risk of disease, including cancer. This National Kidney Month, here’s what you should know.

Read More
Eat, Play, Move: 3 Small Ways to Maintain a Healthy Weight

If I wanted to live large, I would have to start thinking small.

Read More
Post-holiday Stress and Your Bladder

Holidays can be stressful and can contribute to health problems, including some urinary issues.

Read More
Farewell to 2017 – An Eventful Year for Our Group

We are grateful for our physicians, staff and patients for making 2017 an outstanding year for promoting good health in the Tristate.

Read More
Five Ways to Take Control of Your Health in the New Year

Some conditions develop or worsen because of lifestyle choices we make. Here are 5 tips to staying healthy.

Read More
Movember Ends But Good Health Practices Continue

Dozens came out for finale of “Grow & Give” campaign

Read More
Feast Sensibly: Advice for a Healthier Thanksgiving

How to eat sensibly and survive the holidays a little healthier.

Read More
A Call to Tristate Men – Join Movember 2017

November 1 marks the start of Movember. Will you be joining the cause?

Read More
Kidney Cancer—Early Diagnosis Is Key

Nearly 64,000 people in the U.S. will have been diagnosed with kidney and renal pelvis cancer in 2017.

Read More
Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Getting tested for prostate cancer doesn’t always mean seeking immediate treatment.

Read More

Virtual Assistant

Virtual Assistant

How may I assist you today?

I need help with ‘Directions & Hours’
(Please select a location from the list below)
I need help with ‘ Billing Questions’
(Please select an option below)

I need help with ‘Billing Questions’

What number should I call to pay my bill?

If your bill is from The Urology Group, please call (513) 841-7474 to pay your bill.

If your bill is from The Urology Center, please call (513) 841-7475 to pay your bill.

I need help with ‘Making, Rescheduling or Confirming an Appointment’

If you would like us to call you to set up an appointment, please click here to request a call back.

If you would like to call us, please call
513-841-7400
to speak with a representative.
Our hours are:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm

I need help with ‘Questions About Test Results’

please call us at:

513-841-7400

Our hours are:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm

I need help with ‘Medication Refills’

please call us at:

513-841-7400

Our hours are:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm

I need help with ‘Returning a Call from the Office’

please call us at:

513-841-7400

Our hours are:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm

I need help with ‘A Copy of My Medical Records’

please call us at:

513-841-7400

Our hours are:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm