The Scott Department of Urology at Baylor College of Medicine is dedicated to the delivery of compassionate, state-of-the-art care for those with urologic conditions. We work daily to uncover new information about urological disorders, to translate the latest findings and newest technologies into better patient care, and to train tomorrow's leading urologists.
Our internationally recognized physicians utilize the latest advances in urological medicine to offer extraordinary, personalized care. Patients benefit from convenient onsite laboratory and diagnostic services that allow them to complete the majority of procedures recommended by our physicians without ever leaving the Scott Department of Urology. We also take great pride in patient education, making certain that our patients have a full understanding of their condition and the treatment options available.
Each of our physicians is highly trained not only in the area of general urology but also in at least one of the various urologic subspecialties such as neurology/voiding disorders (female urology), urologic oncology (surgical and medical), and male reproductive medicine. Our physicians are skilled surgeons, with unique expertise in reconstructive surgery and special training in minimally invasive and laparoscopic surgical techniques. Two professors from the department of Pathology at Baylor College of Medicine – both widely recognized for their expertise in prostate cancer – have secondary appointments to our department.
We are leaders in urologic research, conducting clinical, translational (laboratory to bedside), and basic research. The Scott Department of Urology has pioneered the development of innovative technologies leading to safer and more effective treatments for patients, revolutionizing the diagnosis and treatment of urologic conditions.
To schedule your appointment with Dr. Lipshultz, who sees patients in The O'Quinn Medical Tower at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, please call 713.798.4001.
To schedule your appointment with the Special Procedures Laboratory, please call 713.798.5160.