UCLA Urology has once again earned a coveted spot in the annual U.S. News & World Report survey. UCLA Urology is consistently ranked as one of the top 8 urology programs in the nation, and that is the result of our commitment to providing outstanding and personalized patient care. We are proud to be part of UCLA Health with our hospitals ranked as No. 1 in both Los Angeles and California and No. 3 nationally. UCLA Health Newsroom >
It's not uncommon for men to experience testicular pain. Most testicular pain is excruciating but brief, although a variety of ailments can cause some men to feel extreme testicular pain long-term. However, there is good news. Urologists at The Men’s Clinic at UCLA offer a 90-minute nerve surgery that gives men relief. Learn more about microsurgical spermatic cord denervation >
We congratulate Dr. Efe Chantal Ghanney Simons, UCLA Urology Resident, who hasbeen selected as the recipient of the Society of Women in Urology’s 2021 Outstanding Resident Award. The Society of Women in Urology established the Outstanding Resident Award to honor women residents who fulfill its mission – to advance the career development and professional success of women urologists – and who have been mentors, teachers, sponsors or coaches for other residents and students of all genders. Residents can have a significant impact on their colleagues and medical students in their clinical, academic, and professional development. The Society of Women in Urology seeks to promote, support and recognize these achievements. This honor is being bestowed upon Dr. Ghanney Simons at the American Urological Association's annual 2021 meeting.
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The UCLA Urology Telemedicine Expert Second Opinion Program offers patients around the country access to our faculty, who are national leaders in all aspects of Urology. If you desire an expert second opinion consult, call 833-UCLA-URO (833-825-2876).