Urology Specialists Patient Information

Our friendly and efficient staff will find the best appointment time and location for your needs.

  • We ask that you arrive early for your appointment.  How early will depend on the type of appointment, so our staff will inform you of what time you should plan to arrive.
  • Bring your medical insurance card and driver’s license or other photo ID to your appointment.  If your insurance provider requires a referral, please be sure this is done prior to your appointment.  For more information visit our Insurance and Billing Page:  Insurance and Billing Questions
  • It is important that we receive relevant medical records prior to your appointment.  If you are self-referring, please contact your healthcare provider and ask that your pertinent records are sent.  If you intend to carry your records with you, please be sure we receive any recent test results and CT scan films.  You should also bring a list of your current medications, supplements, current health problems and allergies.
  • You will receive new patient paperwork in the mail.  Please complete and return to us prior to your appointment to speed up your registration process.  You can also print the forms by visiting our Forms page.

Call us at (605) 336-0635

COVID-19 Updates from Urology Specialists

We are deploying a new Electronic Medical Record system and we go live on Jan 6. Please be patient with us as we transition as it may take us a little longer to process appointments and paperwork.

We now offer Telemedicine. Call us more for information and schedule a Telehealth appointment today!

Because we care for patients who are considered high risk, we need your partnership to prevent the spread of illness.

Masks are required for everyone who enters the office.

In response to rising concerns with COVID-19, we are asking that you please reschedule your appointment if you have had close contact with a person who is under investigation/or laboratory confirmed for COVID-19  or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

Please be advised that we do not test for COVID-19 in our office.

In addition, if you are in the high risk category (pregnancy,  heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, immunosuppressed, etc.), we understand if you wish to reschedule your appointment to a future date.

Thank you for your partnership in keeping our patients and staff healthy at Urology Specialists and Urology Specialists Surgery Center.

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