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Urological Clinic of Valdosta, P.C.
3294 N Oak St Ext
Valdosta, GA 31605

Telephone:
(229) 241-1188

FAQ

WHAT IS UROLOGY?

Urology is a surgical specialty that deals with diseases of the male and female urinary tract and male sexual function and fertility concerns.

WHAT DOES “BOARD CERTIFIED” MEAN?

A Board Certified Urologist is one who has met the stringent educational, practice and peer review requirements set forth by the American Board of Urology.

WHAT IS FEMALE UROLOGY?

The subspecialty of female urology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of those urinary tract disorders most prevalent in females. These include recurrent urinary tract infection, voiding dysfunction, incontinence, urethral syndrome and interstitial cystitis. Evaluation of these conditions includes a complete history and physical exam. Additional bladder studies such as cystoscopy and urodynamics may be necessary.

HOW DO I SET UP AN APPOINTMENT?

Call our office between the hours of 8am & 5:30pm to schedule an appointment.

DO I NEED A REFERRAL?

Depending on your insurance carrier and specific coverage, you may require a referral. Check with your insurance carrier’s member services which is located on the back of your insurance card.

WHAT ARE YOUR OFFICE HOURS?

Our office is open from 8am to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Friday 8 through noon and 1pm-3pm.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE AN EMERGENCY?

Our physician is available 24 hours a day to meet your needs when emergencies occur. If you need urgent attention, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911. The emergency room physician will evaluate your medical problem and consult with us if necessary.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO THE APPOINTMENT?

Bring your completed patient information (can be found under Patient Info), a list of medications, including doseage and frequency, your insurance card, information about medical and surgical history, recent X rays or other test results related to your condition, co pay and/or deductible. Co pay/ deductible is due at time of service.

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