• 23 MAR 16

    Urology

    At Artesia General Hospital’s Urology Center we are committed to providing both men and women effective, practical solutions in a discreet, supportive environment.  We offer a wide range of treatments and techniques to ensure success, as well as your safety and comfort.

    Artesia General Hospital is proud to use advanced procedures and technologies.  An educated patient is extremely important in making informed decisions about healthcare and their urology treatment options. We are available for support throughout each step of this process from diagnosing disorders to performing treatments and procedures.  Our multidisciplinary team includes nurses, support staff and surgical staff, when necessary, dedicated to work for the best interest of our urology patients.

    The Urology Department treats conditions related to bladder, urinary tract and kidneys in both males and females.  Examples of conditions we treat are:

    • Urinary Tract Disease
    • Urinary Infections
    • Urinary Implants (incontinence)
    • Treatment of kidney and bladder conditions
    • Cancer screenings for kidney, bladder and testicular tumors
    • Kidney Stone Removal**(lithotripsy)
    • Testicular pain
    • Prostate Biopsy
    • Prostate Surgery
    • Kidney Stones and Ureteral Stones
    • Impotence/Erectile Dysfunction
    • Pediatric Urological Conditions
      • Nocturnal Enuresis (bed wetting)
    • Elective sterilization/Vasectomy
    • All Endoscopic procedures – cystocopy, ureterorenoscopy

    Immediate appointments are often available
    Monday through Friday – 8 am – 12 pm | 1 pm – 5 pm

    For appointments:

    Artesia – 575-748-8301
    Carlsbad – 575-885-2188

    **Lithotripsy – Artesia General Hospital is proud to boast of its state of the art lithotripter equipment to treat kidney stones in a non-invasive manner.  Lithotripsy is a medical procedure that uses shock waves to break up stones in the kidney, bladder or ureter.  After the procedure, the tiny pieces of stones pass out of your body in your urine.   Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is the most common type of lithotripsy.  Extracorporeal means outside the body.

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