U.S. News & World Report has ranked UVA the No. 1 hospital in Virginia. Three of our specialties are among the top 50, including our urology services, which tied for 43rd; only three percent of U.S. hospitals have a ranked specialty. Additionally, the report recognized five of our specialties as “high performing.”
Our urologists don't just focus on your urology condition; they use a holistic approach to address your whole person.
Poor health and obesity also increase your risk for kidney stones, incontinence, bladder cancer and impotence.
Urology Conditions: Get Help
Urological conditions, such as incontinence, infertility and interstitial cystitis, affect millions of men, women and children in the United States, according to the American Urological Association Foundation.
Our urologists lead the way in developing new and effective treatments for urological diseases and disorders — and work with you on an individual basis to manage and resolve your condition.
Find out how we can help you with your urological condition.
Lithotripsy for Kidney Stones
We were one of the first hospitals in the nation to use lithotripsy treatment for kidney stones. This non-surgical procedure uses shock waves to break stones into fragments small enough to be passed through normal urination. For larger stones or to treat more complex stone disease, we also offer laser or ultrasound treatments to destroy stones.
Our expert teams of urologists and nephrologists collaborate to bring you the most advanced approaches to kidney stones.
Find out more about our advanced kidney treatments.
Urology Expertise: Unique to You
Our non-surgical techniques target cancers with unparalleled precision. Our urologists collaborate with specialists at the UVA Cancer Center to care for all cancers of the urological and reproductive tracts.
Prostate health, fertility and reproductive issues, sexual problems: See how you can be your best self with care from our men's health experts.
Find special care for the female body, including high-tech expertise for pelvic floor prolapse and incontinence, from our women's health experts.