Children's Hospital Colorado

Second Opinions for Pediatric Urology

At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we treat the big things, the small things and everything in between.

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Many urologic conditions are identified early in a child’s life, or even at birth. That’s why experience in diagnosing and treating children with urologic conditions is so important. No other urologic program in the region has more experience and expertise caring for children than the Department of Pediatric Urology at Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Our experts provide a range of tests, services and procedures designed for children. And with surgical outcomes that far surpass international success rates, there is no better place to come for a second opinion on urologic surgery for children.

To start the second opinion process, schedule an initial informational phone call with our team to discuss your child’s health history. After that call, our team will decide which specialists will be best for your child to see for an in-person second opinion appointment.

Meet our second opinion providers

As a child grows and develops so does their urologic system, so it’s important to see a doctor who cares only for children. In addition to specializing in children’s care, the pediatric urology team at Children’s Colorado works with departments across the hospital. So, if your child’s urologic condition affects other parts of the body, as they often do, our team can collaborate with those specialists to develop a comprehensive treatment plan. Our team will decide which specialist is best suited for your child’s symptoms or diagnosis.

Request an in-person second opinion

Pediatric Urology

Schedule your initial informational call:

Schedule your initial call by phone
720-777-3926

Why request a second opinion from our Department of Pediatric Urology

Sometimes a urologic condition can affect a person for the rest of their life. Some urologic conditions, when diagnosed and treated by experienced doctors and surgeons, can be resolved early on and do not negatively impact a person as they grow and develop. Receiving the right diagnosis and treatment can mean a world of difference. We specialize in accurate diagnoses and world-class urologic treatments.

Getting a second opinion from our providers who are experienced in diagnosing and treating children will assure that you have made the absolute best medical decision for your family and your child.

What specialties or programs offer a second opinion?

We treat a range of urologic conditions that include problems with the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra and genitalia. We can provide second opinions for numerous pediatric urologic conditions, including:

Learn more about the urologic conditions we treat

While we treat a wide range of conditions, we also offer programs and clinics with specific focus areas, including:

If your child’s doctor has already recommended they have surgery, get a second opinion from Children’s Colorado first. We offer second opinions on many urological surgical procedures, including:

For more information about second opinions for urologic care, please call 720-777-3926.

What should I prepare before my second opinion call?

The more information you can provide about your child’s medical history, the more prepared we can be to make an accurate a diagnosis. Before your second opinion call, please have the following information and records available:

  • Diagnosis: Your diagnosis or suspected diagnosis and treatment plan
  • Diagnosing doctor: The diagnosing doctor’s name, address, phone and fax numbers
  • Medical history
  • Child’s age
  • Your location
  • Health insurance status and information

Where will my child be seen for their in-person appointment?

Your child will be seen at the Department of Pediatric Urology at our hospital on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. If you have any questions or would like more information, call us at 720-777-3926 (then choose option #5).

Learn more about second opinions at Children's Colorado