Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic
A weekly clinic for cancer patients in The Kirklin Clinic at UAB provides patients access to the three urological oncology disciplines (Urologic Oncologic Surgery, Genitourinary Radiation Oncology, Genitourinary Medical Oncology) in the same clinic setting. This approach optimizes patient treatment given that many will require more than one approach to treat their cancer.
If you would like to refer a patient or request an appointment with our urologic oncology specialists, please contact Phillip Bremmerman at 205-934-8051, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spain Rehabilitation Clinic
Drs. Lloyd and Wilson see and address the needs of patients with a spectrum of neurologic conditions. These patients are exposed to appropriate diagnostic equipment and comprehensive nursing/staff to assist with treating their urologic problems resulting from neurologic impairments.
Comprehensive Spina Bifida Transition Clinic - Pediatric to Adult Care
Multidisciplinary Spina Bifida Program—Our experienced urology team meets once a month at Spain Rehabilitation in conjunction with specialists from neurosurgery and physical medicine and rehabilitation. This clinic provides a unique experience for patients to be seen by several professionals in one location and also allows a structure for collaboration amongst these disciplines. Typically patients are seen through this clinic every 12 to 18 months. The over-reaching goal of the transition program is to set the national standard for excellence of care in transition from quality comprehensive pediatric care to equally dedicated, comprehensive multi‐disciplinary adult care in Spina Bifida. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 205-934-4179.
Drs. Wilson, Lloyd, and Selph evaluate and treat women and men with multiple causes for urinary incontinence, providing them a comprehensive evaluation with fellowship-trained expertise. This ensures the optimal outcome for each individual patient.
Program for Personalized Prostate Cancer Care
Drs. Nix and Rais-Bahrami are part of the UAB Program for Personalized Prostate Cancer Care, which offers a multidisciplinary approach to comprehensive prostate health. A highly personalized evaluation process is combined with the latest advancements in prostate cancer detection, including the MRI/US fusion guided prostate biopsy, which combines magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound (US) technologies. This "targeted" biopsy technique is able to focus directly on the suspicious areas of the prostate, unlike the traditional method. UAB was the first medical center in Alabama and among the first in the Southeast to offer the MRI/US fusion guided prostate targeted biopsy technique, and Drs. Nix and Rais-Bahrami are two of only a select few urologists in the nation trained to utilize this technology.