Hackensack University Medical Center Urology

Pushing the boundaries of urological care through leading-edge and best in class surgical techniques, dedicated clinical research and highly specialized care.

Hackensack University Medical Center Department of Urology offers the most advanced urologic cancer care in the state, and in many cases, the nation. We offer our patients the most state-of-the-art technology available, including highly advanced, minimally invasive robotic surgical treatment. Our specialists participate in research to find new, effective treatments and develop minimally invasive, robotic and organ-sparing surgical techniques for urologic cancers. By participating in clinical trials, our patients receive access to leading-edge treatments and therapies before they are available to the public. Our urologists are also collecting and analyzing patient data to determine the best treatments and improve the standard of care for urologic cancers. Using this information, our urologists have authored papers and abstracts and entered into data-sharing agreements with hospitals around the country.

2021 In Review

Grants Develop Top Ranked Program
Two Significant Grants Will Expand Urologic Cancer Care, Education, and Opportunities for Patients and Community

New programs will help people with kidney cancer and African American men at increased risk of prostate cancer

26 Abstracts
HUMC Department of Urology Presents 26 Abstracts at American Urological Association 2022 Annual Meeting

12 abstracts on single-port robotic surgery demonstrate department’s leadership in urology research, innovation

Aquablation Therapy
Hackensack University Medical Center Becomes First in North Jersey to Offer Aquablation® Therapy to Treat Enlarged Prostates

Treatment is a safe and effective alternative to surgery and laser therapies

Multi-Institutional Study
Multi-Institutional Study Finds Positive Outcomes for Single-Port Robotic Transvesical Surgery for BPH

Study shows low complication rates and quick recovery for most patients

Teaching Residents and Students
New Perspectives on Teaching Residents and Surgeons in the 21st Century

Technology enriches opportunities to learn and improve surgical skills

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