1. What is urology?
A medical and surgical specialty that focuses on the urinary tracts of both male and females and also on the reproductive system of males. Physicians who are trained in the field of Urology are called Urologists. They diagnose, treat and manage patients with disorders of the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra, prostate, testes and other reproductive organs.
2. What is the distinguishing feature of our practice?
Dr. Frank is a solo practitioner (as opposed to a member of a group practice) which allows him to deliver personalized care tailored to your individual needs. Our staff is attentive and focused on the patient as an individual. We are advocates for our patient’s health and well-being.
3. What is the average wait to schedule an appointment?
We have the ability to schedule appointments within 24-48 hours or in some instances that very same day for urgent or emergent problems.
4. Does the practice participate in insurance plans?
We do not participate in many of the plans. However, we submit the claims for the patient and assist in the processing of the claims by your insurance carrier.