Urology services in Temple
The Division of Urology at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple is staffed by board-certified urologists who provide advanced services for evaluation, consultation and medical and surgical treatment of urologic disorders.
Our Temple urology team is also involved in research and ongoing clinical trials to bring new treatments to the forefront.
For appointments or more information:
Urology treatment and services
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
- Bladder cancer
- Bladder, urethral and kidney stones
- Complex stone surgery
- The Gas Vas™
- General urology
- Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP)
- Reflux/vesicoureteral (bladder)
- Incontinence/overactive bladder
- Interstitial cystitis
- Laser prostatectomy (GreenLight™ laser therapy system)
- Metabolic stone disease
- Microwave thermotherapy
- Nerve-sparing prostatectomy
- Prostate cancer
- Prostate cryosurgery
- Sacral nerve stimulation (InterStim)
- Renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer)
- Renal cryosurgery
- Robot-assisted prostate surgery
- Testicular cancer
- Undescended testicles (cryptorchidism)
- Urethral stricture disease
- Vasectomy/no scalpel vasectomy
- Vasectomy reversal
- Voiding dysfunction
Video visits for select patients with urologic disorders
The Division of Urology at Baylor Scott & White – Temple is offering video visits for select patients considering surgical treatments for urologic disorders.
Video visits enable you to talk with a urologic specialist to determine if surgery might be an option for you.
Video visits are available for some patients with the following conditions:
- Kidney cancer—for those patients considering laparoscopic or robotic treatment of kidney tumors
- Prostate cancer—for those men considering robotic prostatectomy
- Prostate enlargement—for those men considering surgery for an enlarged prostate (TURP or other laser prostate procedure). Surgery to be discussed at consultation - HOLEP (Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate)
If you are unsure if a video visit is covered by your insurance, or if you do not know if you need a referral or authorization, please contact your insurance provider for verification.
If you are a Medicare beneficiary, you will need to sign an advanced beneficiary notice, with understanding that you would be responsible for the consultation services.
If you are interested in a urology video visit, please send an email and include your name, date of birth and insurance carrier.