From the time you walk through our doors, we strive to manage all of your urologic care under one roof.
Think imaging studies. Think diagnostic testing.
Think pathologic testing. Think surgical treatments.
This makes GBU unique, and we’re proud of this distinction.
“Very professional and efficient visit. Problem diagnosed and explained. Remedy prescribed. Started feeling better after one application of medication.”
“Have been to GBU 3 times. They are comfortable, concise and have an urgency in treating the patients. With as many professionals on staff, getting the right treatment is the highest priority.”
“I have never had a doctor take so much time in discussing my health. She didn't make my husband or I feel in the least bit rushed. What a breath of fresh air!”
“Seen within 10 minutes of appointment time, staff was professional and friendly.”
“Excellent care, from diagnosis through treatment!”
How GBU Treated One Patient's Prostate Cancer
In this video, Les Cavicchi talks about the fact that he’s not only our chief operating officer, but also a patient. Diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2013, Les worked with Dr. Donovan to treat his disease. In late 2014, he joined GBU as our COO. Since then, Les has shepherded many exciting changes at Greater Boston Urology, including our new state-of-the-art location in Dedham, Mass.
Coming in 2019: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
October 03, 2018
Rez?m therapy, which uses steam to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is another minimally invasive option now available to men. Greater Boston Urology's Dr. Ryan E. Frankel was one of the first physicians in the area to use it. Hear what he has to say.October 03, 2018
GreenLight Laser Therapy from Boston Scientific can be a good option for men dealing with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Greater Boston Urology's Dr. J. Keith Bleiler has been using GreenLight since 2004. Here, he discusses how it works for patients.September 13, 2018
Greater Boston Urology is proud to offer pelvic floor physical therapy starting 1/2/2019. Learn more about pelvic floor disorders and how effective pelvic floor PT is.September 13, 2018
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Here's a recap of the 2018 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Boston that took place on 9/9/18. Donations still welcome! Let's find a cure!