Urology Services and Your Primary Care Physician
Generally, you should see a primary care physician to determine if there is a need for you to see the Urologist. Mayo Clinic Health System physicians or providers from other healthcare facilities may refer you to see a Urologist here. When it has been established that you need to see a Urologist, an appointment can be made through our receptionist. Once the Urologist has examined you and developed an appropriate plan of care, he or she will communicate this with your primary care provider through verbal exchange, email, or letter.
Inquiries and Emergencies:
You can call our office with any questions related to your urological condition. A nurse will speak with you and advise you whenever possible. Please note we may need to speak to the physician and return your call later in the day. Also know that when problems cannot be resolved over the phone, you may need to be seen in the clinic.
- If urgent problems arise after regular business hours, please call the Nurse On Call at 608-392-9755.
- If you are a Health Tradition insurance subscriber, you can call the number on the back of your insurance card.
- For care needed after hours, please consult Emergency and Urgent Care Center at 608-392-7000 or the Nurse On Call at 608-392-9755.
Hours and Location:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Lower Level of the La Crosse Campus Clinic Building
Information and Appointments:
Please call 608-392-9883