Urologic conditions affect both men and women and include a wide variety of disorders such as bladder health, sexual dysfunction, and cancer. Our expert team of subspecialty trained urologists provides comprehensive state-of-the-art care with all of the latest medical, surgical, technology, and techniques. Your condition will be managed by an expert in urology who also knows that each patient, even those with the same condition, must be treated as an individual.    

Leading expertise

First hospital in MA

to perform robot-assisted prostate removal to treat prostate cancer

One of the first multidisciplinary programs

in the world for men with sexual health concerns

Most experience

with penile prosthesis surgery in the New England area

Programs and clinics

Center for Sexual Medicine

The Center for Sexual Medicine, which is one of the oldest multidisciplinary sexual medicine clinics in the world, diagnoses and treats men with sexual health concerns.

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Education and training

Urology residency program

The Department of Urology trains residents in the art, science, and practice of urology. Residents receive instruction in all sub-specialties of urology in our high-volume and diverse clinic. We also educate medical students at the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine on foundational concepts in urology.

Fellowship in sexual medicine and infertility

The BMC Urology Department oversees a a post-residency fellowship in sexual medicine and infertility that provides training for added expertise in these sub-specialty areas of urology. This is a one-year research and clinical fellowship, with one day of protected research time each week.


Urology research overview

Research performed in our department is clinical in nature and focuses on improving urologic care. We are currently working on making our research become more integrated into what we do every day by creating new infrastructure for research.