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Visit Greater Boston Urology and experience board-certified urologists and top-rated specialists in all aspects of urological health, providing our patients with unprecedented medical care with an integrated holistic approach to treatment with the highest level of personalized attention.
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Enjoy modern, convenient, clean, and state-of-art offices in each of our locations. Our lab offers the highest level of urological screening, and testing, with experts using the best in research technology, offering patients peace of mind and fast test results.
Welcome to Greater Boston Urology (GBU)Greater Boston Urology was founded in 2010 with a vision of bringing together many of the most sought after urology physicians and specialists in the nation to provide extraordinary urology care with the highest level of patient service.
With multiple locations across Massachusetts led by some of the best urology providers in the nation, our board certified physicians and physician assistants have years of experience and loyal patient communities. Our physicians come together on a regular basis to collaborate and ensure that our patients are receiving the highest quality care and services available nationwide.Learn More
December 7, 2017
At Greater Boston Urology, we have two fabulous physician assistants. Donna Robbins works out of our Dedham Care Center and Elisabeth MacDonald is based out of our Falmouth Care Center. A common question we hear from patients is “what does a physician assistant do”? We asked both of our PAs to help us answer this question (as well as some others).
November 16, 2017
In honor of Bladder Health Month, we asked Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women’s Health Center in Dedham, to provide some insights regarding optimal bladder function. This applies to women and men.
November 1, 2017
This month, it’s all about “pogontrophy”—the art of growing a beard (and moustaches and sideburns, too). See, for over a decade now, November has morphed into “Movember”—a month where men are encouraged to grow their winter fur, and for good reason.
October 23, 2017
Having frank, honest discussions about erectile dysfunction isn’t something many men or women feel comfortable doing with one another—or even their doctors. Certainly, not in the same way we might discuss other medical conditions, such as heart disease or diabetes.
October 10, 2017
In October of 2013, Les Cavicchi underwent a radical prostatectomy—the removal of the prostate gland. Les had been diagnosed with prostate cancer a month earlier after undergoing a TRUS biopsy.
September 28, 2017
In the fall of 2013, Les Cavicchi was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Because his cancer was localized (meaning it was contained to the prostate gland—it hadn’t spread), he opted for a radical prostatectomy—the complete removal of the prostate gland.
September 18, 2017
The annual ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk on Sunday, September 10, 2017, was a HUGE success and a great way to acknowledge Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. The weather was perfect, and the overall turnout was the best yet (over 440, up from 300 last year). Together with our generous sponsors, Team GBU raised over $18,000. (The total amount raised from the race was over $80K!) The monies will be used nationally to support research for new treatments, provide free prostate cancer screening, and fund education for men with prostate cancer.
September 7, 2017
In September 2013, Les Cavicchi was 59 years old and had, in his words, “an unbelievably great life.” But then Les learned he had prostate cancer.
What follows is a candid interview with Les who also happens to be Greater Boston Urology’s COO (although he didn’t join GBU until a year after his diagnosis).