Rely on Virginia Hospital Center for compassionate, skilled, innovative care for conditions affecting men's and women's urinary systems as well as men's reproductive and sexual health.
Conditions We Treat
Look to a team of doctors with years of experience diagnosing and treating a wide variety of genitourinary conditions.
Find care for urinary tract problems, such as:
- Adrenal cancer
- Cancers of the urinary tract, including bladder cancer, kidney cancer and urethral cancer
- Hematuria (blood in urine)
- Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome)
- Kidney stones
- Ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction
- Urethral stricture disease
- Urinary incontinence, including overactive bladder
- Urinary tract infections
Male Reproductive Health Conditions
Choose us for specialized care of men's reproductive and sexual health conditions, including:
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate)
- Erectile dysfunction
- Male infertility
- Male reproductive cancers, such as penile cancer, prostate cancer and testicular cancer
- Peyronie’s disease
- Prostatitis (prostate infection)
- Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Testosterone deficiency
- Varicocele (enlarged veins in the scrotum)
Personalized Care Plan
Count on your Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group urologist to explain your treatment options—so you can make an informed decision. Rest assured, our urologists have significant experience with the most advanced, effective treatments available.
If surgery is the best treatment for your condition, trust us for:
- Adrenalectomy – Removes tumors from the adrenal gland
- Partial nephrectomy – Removes tumors from your kidney
- Prostatectomy – Removes all or part of your prostate
- Ureteropelvic junction repair – Restores the flow of urine
- Erectile dysfunction surgery, including penile prosthesis placement
- Radical cystectomy – Removes your bladder
- Urinary diversion – Creates a new path for your urine to flow
- Vasectomy – Prevents pregnancy by cutting or blocking the tubes that carry sperm
- Vasectomy reversal – Reconnects the tubes that were blocked or cut during a vasectomy
Minimally Invasive Approach
Whenever possible, your doctor will perform your surgery using minimally invasive, or laparoscopic, techniques.
During a laparoscopy, your doctor makes very small incisions and uses a small telescope with built-in magnification and long, thin surgical instruments. That means you may experience less pain after surgery, shorter hospitalization, faster recovery, and better cosmetic results.
The computer-enhanced da Vinci® Surgical System's robotic technology takes surgery beyond the limits of the human hand, introducing precise, versatile instrument movement combined with a magnified, three-dimensional view.
Robert Mordkin, MD, FACS and Andrew Joel, MD, FACS were early adopters of robotic technology when the FDA first approved it in 2004. Since that time, they have performed hundreds of robotic-assisted urological surgeries.