The physicians and staff at the UCLA Institute of Urologic Oncology (IUO) are pleased to offer world-class care for patients with urologic cancers, whether bladder, kidney, prostate or testicular cancers.
The UCLA IUO is a patient-centered institute with an Integrated Cancer Program that joins a multidisciplinary team of physicians and scientists together to provide comprehensive care to each patient in one single location. Our goal is to offer prompt, excellent, personalized care, and to expedite the development of new therapies for patients with genitourinary cancers.
Please contact us by phone at (310) 794-7700 to schedule an appointment or you may request an appointment online.
Our goal is to provide you with fast, easy access to the physicians and services at UCLA.
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This practice is proud to offer myUCLAhealth - Whether you're at work, on the road or at home, you can now actively manage your appointments, communicate securely with your care team, view lab results, and much more. Ask about registration for myUCLAhealth during your office visit today.
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To make an appointment to see a specialist in urology at UCLA, please call the Urology Appointment Line at (310) 794-7700 or fill out our convenient on-line form. Our staff will ask you the reason for your visit and may request that you bring copies of medical records, radiological or laboratory test results with you.
UCLA accepts Medicare and participates in over 100 local and national managed care networks. Please call 1-800-UCLA-MD1 or visit the following website for further information on accepted health plans.
Please bring your insurance card(s) with you when you come for your appointment. You will also need to bring your referral from your primary care physician if you have been referred by your medical group.
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The UCLA Department of Urology is committed to preserving your privacy should you decide to become a patient. We diligently abide by the standards established for Medical Institutions, and we encourage you to be informed regarding your rights. This section contains important information on our privacy practices and describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information. Notice of Privacy Practice >
If you will be having surgery, you may want to know your options for blood transfusions ahead of time. While many surgeries do not require blood transfusions, if they become necessary, the safest blood is always your own. However, if you need blood, you have several options. This information is designed to help you decide if, and what kind,of blood transfusion options are right for you.
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The UCLA Department of Urology, at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, is located in the heart of the Westwood area of Los Angeles. Because of its central location, the Medical Center is in close proximity to many fine hotels that can act as temporary residences for both patients and family members visiting the Department of Urology. In addition to commercial hotels, there are several facilities on the UCLA campus that provide excellent temporary housing for visiting families. We are pleased to present the following list of recommended facilities for your convenience.
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Be sure to ask for special medical rates when staying at any of these facilities during your visit to the Department of Urology.
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