Video Visits (Telemedicine)
Rady Children’s is committed to safely meeting the health care needs of all children in our community and protecting everyone from exposure to COVID-19. In addition to select on-site visits, we are now offering video (telemedicine) visits from your computer or mobile device. Telemedicine visits are convenient, effective, safe and available for many of the services we offer. For more information, please contact us. Learn more.
The Division of Urology of Rady Children’s Specialists of San Diego specializes in diagnosing and treating both routine and rare urinary and genital disorders in infants, children and adolescents.
Our comprehensive clinic, held daily, is staffed by highly experienced pediatric urologists, all of whom are either board-eligible or have a certificate of added qualification in pediatric urology.
For surgical conditions, we use the most advanced approaches and minimally invasive techniques whenever possible. This includes the use of robotic surgery for certain conditions. (For a complete list of the conditions we treat, click here.)
To further serve the needs of our patients, we collaborate with other Rady Children’s specialties in multidisciplinary clinics and teams. These include the Disorders of Sex Development (DSD) Team with our Endocrinology and Gynecology divisions, a Stone Clinic with our Nephrology Division and a Spinal Defects Clinic with our neurosurgeons, orthopedists and physiatrists.
- Consistently ranked as a top pediatric urology program by U.S. News & World Report.
- One of the first on the West Coast to perform laparoendoscopic single-site surgery for bilateral nephrectomies, a minimally invasive procedure that has enabled chronic kidney disease patients to recover faster and be more medically stable for a transplant.
Video: Dr. George Chiang discusses our top-ranked Urology program
In the News
- “I Can Never Go Back”: Transitions in Life and Health Care, Medicine X (Stanford Medicine), features George Chiang, M.D.
- Bedwetting and Kids, Fox 5 San Diego, features nurse practitioner Anne Marie Finley. Watch the video.