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Associated Urologists of North Carolina

Urologists located in Apex, Cary, Clayton, Clinton, Dunn, Raleigh & Wake Forest, NC
Now providing Telehealth appointments


COVID-19 Notice and Telemedicine Option

 

Our practice is working hard to take care of our community. North Carolina now has community transmission of COVID-19 and therefore social distancing may continue indefinitely.  Although we remain open for urgent and emergent visits, we also are offering telemedicine visits. Telemedicine is a critical tool which allows many patients to have safe access to appropriate assessment, clinical guidance and follow up, while preventing opportunities to spread contagious illnesses such as COVID-19.  Telemedicine is broadly being covered at parity for most patients with private insurance and Medicare and therefore should be used whenever clinically appropriate.

Our office will be open but will be seeing patients at a reduced capacity to minimize risk to our patients, staff and community. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 which are worsening, please contact your primary care physician or report to your local Emergency Room.

If you have an upcoming appointment and have concerns that you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, please call us to reschedule your appointment.  https://www.auncurology.com/contactus

If you have symptoms of coronavirus, please do not come inside the office.  Symptoms can include fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath.

For more information, visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

We will be triaging patients prior to entering our clinics to ensure patients are low risk for COVID-19.

Thank you for allowing us to care for our community. 

The goal of the urologists, surgeons, physician’s assistants, and support staff at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina is to provide high-quality urologic care for men and women living in the communities of Apex, Cary, Clayton, Clinton, Dunn, Raleigh, and Wake Forest, North Carolina, and throughout the Triangle. 

At the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, the team focuses on all aspects of urologic health. The team routinely diagnoses and treats a wide variety of conditions, including bladder cancer, kidney disease, kidney stones, pediatric urology issues, urinary incontinence, and urinary infrequency and tract infections. 

The team also provides comprehensive care for male-specific problems, including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), epididymitis, erectile dysfunction (ED), hypogonadism, low testosterone, and undescended testes. Men can also access state-of-the-art surgical care, including treatments for circumcision and vasectomy. Additionally, the team provides female-specific urology care, including pelvic organ prolapse and hematuria.  

At the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, patients can access state-of-the-art treatments and technologies, as well as insights and care advice from some of the most respected urologists in the southeast. Every team member sets aside plenty of time to spend with each new patient to understand their symptoms and concerns. The team then develops a treatment plan tailored to their individual needs and concerns. 

To access the best, most comprehensive urology care partner with the team at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, call the office or click the online booking tool to request your consultation today. 

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Associated Urologists of North Carolina

The goal of the urologists, surgeons, physician’s assistants, and support staff at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina is to provide high-quality urologic care for men and women living in the communities of Apex, Cary, Clayton, Clinton, Dunn, Raleigh, and Wake Forest, North Carolina, and throughout the Triangle. 

At the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, the team focuses on all aspects of urologic health. The team routinely diagnoses and treats a wide variety of conditions, including bladder cancer, kidney disease, kidney stones, pediatric urology issues, urinary incontinence, and urinary infrequency and tract infections. 

The team also provides comprehensive care for male-specific problems, including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), epididymitis, erectile dysfunction (ED), hypogonadism, low testosterone, and undescended testes. Men can also access state-of-the-art surgical care, including treatments for circumcision and vasectomy. Additionally, the team provides female-specific urology care, including pelvic organ prolapse and hematuria.  

At the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, patients can access state-of-the-art treatments and technologies, as well as insights and care advice from some of the most respected urologists in the southeast. Every team member sets aside plenty of time to spend with each new patient to understand their symptoms and concerns. The team then develops a treatment plan tailored to their individual needs and concerns. 

To access the best, most comprehensive urology care partner with the team at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina, call the office or click the online booking tool to request your consultation today. 


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Patient Portal

We provide patients with secure, 24/7 access to their health records through the Standard Promo and Gallery Patient Portal. Patients can safely and easily:

  • Update insurance/demographic information
  • View summary of chart notes
  • Refill requests
  • Answering questions about surgery
  • Access relevant health education materials

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Testimonials

Words from our patients

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    "I've been going to Associated Urologists of NC for more than 6 years and have been very pleased. They are professional, courteous, friendly, caring, and highly skilled."

    Paul B.
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    "Very caring folks. Felt like I was cared for by people who were my neighbors."

    Frank T.
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    "Office and support staff have consistently been very helpful, caring and comforting."

    Debora M.
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    "We visited Associated Urologists and were 100% happy with our experience. From checking in to the doctor visit everything went smoothly."

    Jill F.
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    "The staff are professional and real friendly. They make you feel at ease with answering all questions and concerns."

    Alicia C.
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    "Great experience. Everything was efficient. Everyone was so friendly and helpful to get us in at the last minute"

    Forrest S.
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