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The Department of Pediatric Urology provides expert multidisciplinary care for children with congenital and acquired urologic conditions. Collaboration among experts in several departments, such as pediatric surgery, neonatology, oncology, nephrology and adolescent gynecology allows us to care for complex, multi-system disorders. We also work closely with University of Colorado Health Hospital to offer a seamless and positive transition for teenagers as they move on to adult care.
Learn more about the new patient supporting documents for Pediatric Urology.
Pediatric experts in our Department or Pediatric Urology continuously improve the quality of care at Children's Colorado through ongoing research efforts.
Prenatal imaging: Together with researchers in the Department of Pediatric Radiology, Jeff Campbell, MD is studying how different types of prenatal imaging tests affect the diagnosis of urinary and genital organ irregularities at birth.
In collaboration with the Society for Fetal Urology, Dr. Campbell developed a new classification system for perinatal hydronephrosis aimed at improving the prediction of outcomes in these patients.
Our Pediatric Urology Department specialists measure reoperation rates for urologic surgeries, such as hypospadias surgery, orchiopexy and hernia surgery. Children's Colorado is one of the few pediatric hospitals in the country that publishes the outcomes of these surgeries to help parents make educated decisions about their child's healthcare.
We offer a two-year Pediatric Urology Fellowship that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the University of Colorado School of Medicine Office of Graduate Medical Education. This program seeks to recruit the best candidates and provide the educational foundation for a successful career in pediatric urology.