Alaska Native Medical Center


Services Offered

Located on the first floor of ANMC, the urological team uses the latest technology to provide high-quality care to our patients. Each of our physicians has specific areas of expertise to address the most complex problems. The Urology Clinic strives to provide the best customer service and most up-to-date specialty urology care to our patients and their families.

We have board certified urologists who specialize in the care of cancers of the urinary tract, the male reproductive system, prostate enlargement, kidney stones and congenital deformities in children. We evaluate and treat patients with a variety of urological conditions including:

Our urologists provide the following urological procedures and treatments, in addition to the conditions above:

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take me to be seen?
Once a referral is received from your primary care provider, we will call within 24 hours to let you know that we received your referral. As soon as the urologist reviews the referral we will contact the patient to schedule an appointment (typically this takes three days).

Is my first visit to set me up for a surgery?
Typically, your first visit is a consultation to assess your urological needs.

Do I need an escort for my initial visit?
Not necessarily. You will only be asked to have an escort if one is needed.

Do you treat pediatric patients?
Yes, we have a board certified pediatric urologist on staff here at the ANMC Urology Clinic.

Where is Urology Clinic located?
We are on the first floor of the Alaska Native Medical Center hospital in the east hallway (next to Surgery Clinic and ANMC Dental).

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Clinic Hours and Contact Information

Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday
Phone: (907) 729-2700
Location: Alaska Native Medical Center, first floor