Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center offers advanced treatment for patients who have any type of urological condition.
Urologic surgery provides comprehensive treatment for adult men and women with disorders of the urinary and reproductive systems, with special emphasis on the treatment of prostate and bladder disorders, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and incontinence. The staff at both hospitals treats virtually every specialty of male and female urology, including:
- All genitourinary cancers
- Kidney stones
- Voiding dysfunctions, such as incontinence
- Prostate-related diseases (e.g. cancer)
Urinary incontinence refers to the inability to stop urine from flowing from the body. It often indicates that the urethra cannot close completely, making it unable to prevent urine from leaking from the bladder.
Approximately 51 million women in the world and 17 million in the U.S. suffer from urinary incontinence. Some women experience urine leakage while coughing, sneezing, or during strenuous exercise, while some feel an overpowering urge to urinate—so strong that they often won't make it to the bathroom in time.
All men over age 50 should have regular prostate exams to evaluate for abnormalities. There are many treatment options for enlarged prostates and prostate cancer that can help return men to a normal healthy life.
Commitment to Care
Every year, experienced doctors at Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center perform hundreds of surgeries and procedures. A team of nurses and clinical and administrative support staff works closely with urologists to manage each patient's care. They also communicate with the patient's family members and referring physician.