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There are many reasons why a patient might see a urologist, ranging from the relatively simple urinary tract infection all the way to the far more complicated kidney transplant surgery. But even the simple UTI may reflect the presence of other conditions or diseases – and urologists are trained specialists who deal with diseases of the male and female urinary systems, and with the reproductive system in men.

Treatment of kidney stones is one common reason for seeing a urologist, and it’s a procedure that has changed over time because of improved technology. So has the practice of urology itself: surgical microscopes, endoscopic techniques, laparoscopic techniques and the relatively new use of lasers are revolutionizing the way urologists are caring for patients.

Male sexual dysfunction often is treated by a urologist, including infertility and impotence problems, and both the increased demand for, and advances in reproductive care require a urologist’s expertise.

Urologist Statistics on

Top 10 Insurances Urologists accept:

  1. Aetna (11388 providers)
  2. Cigna (10133 providers)
  3. Humana Health (8344 providers)
  4. Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) (8328 providers)
  5. Coventry Health Care (7542 providers)
  6. Multiplan PHCS (5927 providers)
  7. UnitedHealthcare (5633 providers)
  8. Medicaid (5593 providers)
  9. Medicare (5530 providers)
  10. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) (5476 providers)

States with the most Urologists:

  1. California
  2. New York
  3. Florida
  4. Texas
  5. Pennsylvania

Cities with the most Urologists:

  1. New York, NY
  2. Los Angeles, CA
  3. Chicago, IL
  4. Philadelphia, PA
  5. Houston, TX

Aggregate Statistics

Total number of Urologists on
Percentage of Urologists who are listed as "Board Certified" on
Urologists listed on have been practicing for an average of:32 year(s)
Average ProfilePoints™ score for Urologists:36/80
Average Overall User Rating for Urologists:4 (out of 5)

Urologists by State

  1. California
  2. New York
  3. Florida
  4. Texas
  5. Pennsylvania
  6. Illinois
  7. New Jersey
  8. Ohio
  9. Georgia
  10. Michigan
  11. North Carolina
  12. Massachusetts
  13. Virginia
  14. Tennessee
  15. Washington
  16. Missouri
  17. Indiana
  18. Maryland
  19. Minnesota
  20. Arizona
  21. Wisconsin
  22. South Carolina
  23. Louisiana
  24. Colorado
  25. Oregon
  26. Kentucky
  27. Alabama
  28. Connecticut
  29. Oklahoma
  30. Iowa
  31. Kansas
  32. Mississippi
  33. Utah
  34. Arkansas
  35. West Virginia
  36. Hawaii
  37. Nebraska
  38. District of Columbia
  39. New Hampshire
  40. Rhode Island
  41. Puerto Rico
  42. New Mexico
  43. Nevada
  44. Maine
  45. Idaho
  46. Montana
  47. South Dakota
  48. Delaware
  49. Vermont
  50. North Dakota
  51. Alaska
  52. Wyoming
  53. Virgin Islands
  54. Guam

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