Donate to Urology Research & Care
The Northwestern Medicine Urology Program ranks among the nation’s finest urology programs and is a trusted source of exceptional, comprehensive care fr people affected by urologic disorders. Our dedicated urologists provide patients with state-of-the-art testing to make diagnoses, as well as the most contemporary research-based treatments.
By making a donation to Northwestern Memorial Foundation in support of research and care in the field of urology, you will help Northwestern Medicine’s urologists to continue to lead the way in advancing the understanding and treatment of a variety of urologic conditions and illnesses.
The physicians involved with the Northwestern Medicine Urology Program diagnose and treat a number of urologic disorders in men and women. These disorders include:
- Cancers of the bladder, testicles, prostate and kidneys
- Congenital urological conditions
- Benign prostate diseases and voiding dysfunction
- Male sexual dysfunction
- Stone disease
- Female pelvic medicine
- Chronic pelvic pain
Treatment options for urologic conditions are constantly evolving. Donations to Northwestern Memorial Foundation help to accelerate the development of new and effective treatments that have the potential to benefit a great many people. Current treatment methods for urologic disorders include:
- Laser and laparoscopic surgery
- Microwave therapy
- Minimally-invasive robotic surgery
- Penile and urethral reconstruction
- Hernia repair
- Chemotherapy (if a person has been diagnosed with a type of urologic cancer)
Urology Research, Patient Care and Education Donation
By making a contribution to Northwestern Memorial Foundation in support of Northwestern Medicine’s Urology Program, you will help to provide necessary support and resources to our physicians and scientists and they strive to further enhance treatment approaches for urologic conditions. Through your generosity, you have the power to make a positive difference in the health and lives of many patients and their families.