Upstate Urology of UHS
At Upstate Urology of UHS, our mission is to provide high-quality, comprehensive urologic care to patients and exceptional service to referring providers. Through our affiliation with Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, the members of our care team stay current on the latest advances in urologic care and are leaders in bringing new technologies and treatment options to Greater Binghamton and the Southern Tier region.
Based on the UHS Wilson Medical Center campus, our team is composed of four board-certified urologists and two licensed advanced practice practitioners who see patients at several offices in the Southern Tier. We also offer the services of fellowship-trained specialists in several urologic disciplines. Our team provides care to men and women in general urology and in a wide range of subspecialties, including male and female incontinence, infertility, kidney stones, reconstructive surgery, robotic and laparoscopic surgery, and numerous cancer treatments.
Why See Our Urologists?
- Blood in the urine, otherwise known as hematuria
- Difficulty or pain when urinating
- Frequent Urination
- Leaking urine
- Any abnormality of the kidney
- Elevated Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test – this measures the level of PSA in a man’s blood
- An abnormal prostate exam
- Testicular pain
- Male Infertility
What Patients are Saying
Trooper released from UHS hospital after gunshot injury by man in ColesvilleJune 11, 2021
New York State Police announced Trooper Becky Seager was released from UHS Wilson Medical Center Thursday after getting shot in the hip by a man in Colesville Wednesday.
Enjoy Family Fun Night at the Dick's Open with UHSJune 11, 2021
Celebrate 50 years of professional golf in Broome County and take in the classic movie The Sandlot at the Dick's Open FREE Family Fun Night with UHS on July 3rd on the 18th 18th Fairway at En-joie Golf Course.
Next CMH Lunch & Learn series Installment to focus on PMR & GCAJune 09, 2021
Dr. Aditya Pawaskar from UHS Rheumatology will present Tuesday as part of UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital’s 2021 Lunchtime Learning Series.
Masks stay in place at NYS health facilitiesJune 08, 2021
Even as the CDC and New York State ease mask restrictions for much of the public, the face coverings are still required in healthcare settings.