The urology department treats all forms of adult urology disease affecting the prostate, kidneys, testicles, urethra, penis, bladder and urinary stones.
It provides mini-invasive surgery including robotic surgery, flexible ureterorenoscopy, laser and cryotherapy.
These mini-invasive techniques have many advantages. They maximize patient well-being and comfort by reducing post-operative bleeding, post-operative pain and infection risk, leading to shorter stays and convalescence time.
The therapeutic choice is an agreement between the patient and the surgeon. The patient’s wishes, age, health status and related pathologies are all taken into account in decision-making.
Several national magazines have ranked this service as one of the best in the country.
The urology department, headed by Pr Herve Baumert, is composed of 8 surgeons.
Urology department head:
Pr Hervé Baumert