Urologic conditions can affect multiple aspects of your health including urinary, reproductive and sexual function. As leaders of pelvic care in the region, we at Rochester Regional Health understand and are committed to providing you with individualized care and the best outcomes so you can get back to your active lifestyle and the quality of life you enjoy.
From life-changing wellness services to life-saving robotic procedures, our experienced urologists are dedicated to preventing, diagnosing, and treating all urological conditions and common adult health concerns.
Through the generosity of the Di Francesco Family, Rochester Regional Health can combine state-of-the-art technology with the skills of our knowledgeable and friendly urology physicians and staff to deliver exceptional outcomes and improved quality of life for our patients. You too can help make a difference in the lives of our patients by donating to the Rochester Regional Health Urology Center.Give Now
Focal One HIFU is a minimally-invasive procedure for the treatment of prostate cancer that offers a personalized approach and dramatically reduced side effects. Find out if HIFU is right for you.Learn More about HIFU
Focused on recognizing the unique physiological, social, and treatment goals of our aging surgical patients, our Geriatric Surgery Program was the first of its kind in the United States. Offered at Unity Hospital, Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, and Clifton Springs Hospital, this program provides patients with personalized surgical plans created to meet their needs and ideal outcomes.Learn More about the Geriatric Surgery Program
The generosity of the Di Francesco family will give patients better access to less invasive treatment options.
Prostate cancer screening allows doctors to detect the disease before patients have any symptoms. Urologist Dr. Jeffery Spencer tells us who should get a prostate exam and why they’re so important.
Prostate cancer specialists at Rochester Regional Health are moving towards a new, effective approach with the use of objective observation via MRI-guided biopsies.