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Urology Clinic, Clinical Sciences Building

 

Contact and General Service Information

For Your Appointment

Remember to bring your child’s Alberta Healthcare card and a piece of photo ID.

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Finding Us

Our clinic is located on the main floor of the Clinical Sciences Building, Room 1-170, 8440-112 Street, which is accessible from inside the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute (Maz) and University of Alberta Hospital.

From the East Parkade, take the 2nd floor pedway into the Maz and take the elevators on your right to the main floor. Walk past the statues in the lobby; the entrance to the Clinical Sciences Building will be on the right hand side of the Maz main entrance.

From the Stollery main entrance on 114th street, take the elevators to the second floor. When you get off, turn right and head down the narrow hallways with signage leading to towards the Clinical Sciences Building and the Maz. Once you pass the dentistry clinic, turn left and walk down a long hallway until you are inside the Maz. Pass the administration desk and head towards the elevators. Take the elevator to the main floor and walk past the statues in the lobby; the entrance to the Clinical Sciences Building will be on the right hand side of the Maz main entrance.

What to Expect

Your first appointment may last up to an hour, especially if an ultrasound or renal scan has been arranged. We do our best to be on time, but delays may occur secondary to emergencies.   During this time you and your child may see several different professionals including: a nurse practitioner, a medical resident, and an urologist.

For patients referred to the clinic with incontinence, daytime accidental wetting or diurnal enuresis, or urinary tract infections the clinic will include a review of your child's bladder emptying habits and conservative recommendations to improve the function of their urinary tract.

Some patients may require surgery for undescended testicles, hypospadias, hydroceles, circumcision, or kidney obstruction or reflux.  Parents can expect the child’s visit to include as assessment to determine the need for surgery, a description of the surgery and potential risks and benefits.