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The nationally-recognized Division of Urology at the CHAM is home to board-certified pediatric urologists and nurse practitioners who are specially trained to diagnose and treat problems that affect children’s urinary tract (including kidneys, ureters and bladder) and genitalia.

Ours is one of the few hospital-based programs in the New York area with a comprehensive onsite urology team dedicated to treating young patients and handling examinations, laboratory or radiology tests, surgery and pre-surgery consultations, all in one place.

Whether your child is having problems urinating, experiencing pain or discomfort from urinary tract infections (UTIs), or in need of corrective genital or groin surgery—we’re here to help. We know it can be confusing or uncomfortable for parents and children to talk to a physician about these issues. It’s why our team of experts always goes the extra mile to provide a welcoming environment for infants, toddlers, pre-teens, teenagers and their families.


The Division of Urology at CHAM provides the latest diagnosis and treatment programs for young patients. For the safety and comfort of your child, we may use minimally invasive procedures in case of surgery. These include endoscopy, laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery.

Most urology procedures for children are performed on an outpatient basis, so your child will return home the same day. Although these do require general anesthesia, our experienced pediatric anesthesiologists safely use these anesthetics every day. We provide families with counseling and a comprehensive packet detailing what to expect before and after surgery.



Urology SpotlightThe mission of the Department of Urology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is to be a world leader in both basic and translational research in bladder physiology.

Under the aegis of the Institute for Smooth Muscle Biology, the department has made significant contributions to the field of urology, with much of its research establishing precedents in the field.



Urology Awards and Honors

Anthony J. Casale, MD—Chief, Division of Urology, at our Children’s Hospital at Montefiore—will receive a presidential citation for his years of leadership in pediatric urology, for the treatment of complex urogenital anomalies in children and his active role in resident teaching at the American Urological Association’s 2016 Annual Meeting in San Diego, California.

Amanda North, MD, Associate Program Director, has been elected to the 2016-2017 American Urologic Association Leadership Program, which identifies and mentors outstanding early career urologists in academic practice.