UROLOGY CLINIC LED BY MICHIGAN MEDICINE DOCTORS

Urology

Urology is the treatment of urinary tract diseases in both adults and children. Hamilton offers several Urology Specialty clinics, including general urology, urology oncology, pediatric urology, along with a vasectomy clinic.

Our urology clinic is led by Michigan Medicine doctors, including:

  • Keow Mei Goh MD - General Urology
  • Paholo Barboglio-Romo MD - General Urology and Neuro-Urology
  • Lindsay Herrel MD – General Urology and Urology Oncology
  • Ganesh Palapattu MD - Urology Oncology
  • David Bloom MD - Pediatric Urology
  • James Dupree MD - Vasectomy Clinic

Clinic times vary throughout the month

  • General Urology clinics on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Wednesday monthly
  • Urology Oncology clinic, mornings only, on the 2nd Tuesday of April, August and December and 2nd Friday of February, June and October
  • Vasectomy Clinics on the 2nd Friday February, May, August and November
  • Pediatric Urology Clinics on the 4th Tuesday January, April, July and October

Call 810-406-4943 to schedule an appointment with the Michigan Medicine/Hamilton Urology Clinic.

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WHAT HAMILTON IS DOING TO

PROTECT OUR PATIENTS

Our facility is prepared for the possible arrival of patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). We are committed to keeping patients safe and are taking the following steps to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our patients and staff.

PATIENT SYMPTOM MONITORING

We are prepared to quickly identify and separate patients and families with symptoms of COVID-19. All patients and visitors will be screened upon entry to the facility and instructed to continue wearing a mask.

LIMITING VISITORS

We are restricting visitor access to only those who are essential for the patient's care. Visitors will be screened for fever and symptoms of COVID-19 prior to entry. Visitors will be asked to wear their cloth face covering and limit their movement in the facility.

STAFF SYMPTOM MONITORING

We are monitoring all staff for symptoms of COVID-19. We are instructing staff who have symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g., fever, cough. shortness of breath) to stay home and not come to work.

CLEANING EFFORTS

We are continuing our routine cleaning and disinfection procedures as these procedures are recommended for protecting patients from COVID-19 in health centers. Any surface, supplies, or equipment located within the patient area will continue to be disinfected or discarded between patients.

EXTRA STAFF TRAINING

We are providing extra training for staff about the importance of hand hygiene, face masks, respiratory hygiene, proper use of PPE, cough etiquette and cleaning protocols.

ENCOURAGING QUESTIONS

We are encouraging patients and staff to share all questions and concerns related to COVID-19. Don't be afraid to use your voice. It is okay to ask staff questions about treatment changes and ways to protect yourself and your family.