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VCU Urology is committed to providing the absolutely highest level of care to all patients regardless of race, color, creed, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
We strive to diversify our workplace at all levels including staff, faculty, and trainees. The clinical, hospital, and academic environment will be a safe place for all people to feel comfortable and able to receive the expert level care that our urologists provide. We will follow all guidance in regard to infection prevention and ensure that our patients are safe and provided state of the art urology services either in person or by telehealth.
Welcome to Surgical Urology
VCU Division of Urology faculty represent the best and brightest from multiple subspecialties within urology.
All of our surgeons are board certified or eligible by the American or European boards of urology and represent subspecialty interests that include urologic oncology, robotic surgery, male infertility, andrology, reconstructive surgery, pediatric urology, neurourology, and pelvic reconstructive surgery.
To make an appointment
VCU Medical Center is ranked No. 20 for Urology by U.S. News & World Report 2018–19
Adult Appointments: (804) 828-9331
Pediatric Appointments: (804) 828-2467
Patient Transfer Center: 1-866-628-9337 (toll free)
Urology Robotic Surgery: (804) 628-ROBOT
Urology Tumor Center: (804) 828-5116
Our urology residency is a five-year teaching program that encompasses all phases of adult and pediatric urology, leading to American Board of Urology certification eligibility.Urology Residency Program
Our faculty are actively involved in state-of-the-art clinical and basic science research projects, and our research has been published in numerous peer-reviewed publications. We also work directly with two laboratories investigating bladder smooth muscle physiology and urologic tissue engineering.
Adam P. Klausner, MD
Adam P. Klausner, MD
Professor of Surgery, VCU School of Medicine, Eminent Scholar and Warren W. Koontz MD, III Professor of Urologic Research, Associate Chair (Department of Surgery) for Clinical & Translational Research
43rd Annual Bunts-Hackler Conference | February 21
Professor of Urology and Director of the Urosurgical Prostate Cancer Program at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He Dr. Davis received his BS in Biology at Davidson College in North Carolina in 1990, and his Medical Degree at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, and served his residency training at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine in Norfolk.
Dr. Davis completed a clinical fellowship in Urologic Oncology at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, and a fellowship in Laparoscopic Urology at Charité Hospital, Berlin, Germany.
Professor and Chief, Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, University of New Mexico School of Medicine. Dr. Davis is affiliated with Presbyterian Hospital, Raymond G Murphy VA Medical Center and University Of New Mexico Hospital and works in Albuquerque, NM and 5 other locations and specializes in Urology.
Paul Mellon Professor and Chair of the University of Virginia Department of Urology, effective October 1, 2019, Dr. Greene will continue the department’s history of excellence in providing urological services to the community and training the next generation of urologists.
Dr. Kim is Chief of Urology at Denver Health Medical Center and Professor of Surgery/Urology and Medical Director of Minimally Invasive Urological Oncology at University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Ryan Smith holds a clinical faculty appointment in Urology at the University of Virginia and practices at UVA Urology Clinic in Charlottesville and the UVA Specialty Care Clinic in Culpeper.
A urologist at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Dr. Terlecki's specialty areas include urologic reconstruction, infertility, and men’s and women’s sexual health. He is the Director of the Men's Health Clinic, Director of Medical Student Education, and Fellowship Director for Reconstructive Urology.
Dr. Terlecki's publications cover multiple areas of trauma and reconstruction, and his research focuses primarily on models of wound healing and regeneration in the lower genitourinary system. He completed two separate fellowships in reconstructive surgery following residency, and is a member of the Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS). Dr. Terlecki’s areas of expertise include urethral stricture disease, male sexual dysfunction, male incontinence, Peyronie's disease, chronic testicular pain, hypogonadism, and infertility.
Dr. Wiklund is Professor of Urology, Department of Urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Director of the Bladder Cancer Program of the Mount Sinai Health System. Prior to his appointment at Mount Sinai, Dr. Wiklund was Chair, Urology and Molecular Medicine and Surgery, and Professor, Urology, at the Karolinska Instutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Dr. Wiklund has the largest experience with robot-assisted cystectomy with totally intracorporeal neobladder in the world. He pioneered this procedure in 2003 and subsequently built the leading cystectomy program at Karolinska Institute. Dr. Wiklund has performed more than 3,000 robotic operations and has extensive experience in advanced pelvic oncological surgery in patients where the tumor is growing on several pelvic organs (multi-organ tumor, bladder, prostate, colorectal, ovarian, and uterine).
Peter Wiklund, MD, PhD, a world-renowned surgeon who pioneered robot-assisted cystectomy, has been appointed Director of the Bladder Cancer Program at the Mount Sinai Health System and Professor of Urology in the Department of Urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. His new role will begin immediately.
Lance Hampton, M.D., FACS
Chair, Division of Urology
Tina Hamlet, MA
Nicole Palat, MHA
1200 E. Broad Street
7th Floor, East Wing
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0118