Welcome to Children's Urology
(Not part of Dell Hospital or Dell Medical Group but work closely with these professionals)
Our clinic is open following regular business hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
For over 20 years, Children's Urology has been providing quality urologic healthcare to the children of Central Texas. Over the years our practice has grown to include additional providers and services however the mission to offer prompt, caring service to each and every patient has remained the same. Our expertise in the field of Pediatric Urology coupled with our passion for children makes Children’s Urology the premier pediatric urology practice in Central Texas.
Children’s Urology in Austin, TX and Cedar Park, TX offers a full spectrum of Pediatric Urology services from the management of general disorders of the genitourinary system such as Enuresis, Bedwetting, Urinary Tract Infections, and the treatment of complex disease states such as Spina Bifida. Our specialists diagnose and treat all issues affecting reproductive and urinary organs including; UTIs, Peyronies disease (a curvature to the penis), foreskin problems and overactive bladder. We also provide trauma and emergency consultation to regional medical centers throughout Central Texas.
COVID-19 Masking Update 12/21/2023
Face masks are optional.
For any patients diagnosed with COVID, our providers will see the child 10 days after diagnosis as long as the patient does not have any symptoms.
If you or anyone in your family is having symptoms according to the CDC guidelines, call the office for instructions.
For more information, please visit the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
- We adhere to local health organizations' recommendations
- Children and parents/guardians are screened for fever, cough, and other signs of respiratory illness upon arrival to our clinic
- We provide masks and other PPE as needed to our staff and providers
What is telemedicine?
Telemedicine allows you to discuss symptoms, medical issues, and more with a healthcare provider in real-time using a computer, iPad, or phone to connect with your provider. Prior to your child's first visit, the provider and medical assistant will prepare the chart and gather all pertinent reports and records. The provider will take the time to review them before your visit. Using telemedicine, you can receive a diagnosis, learn your treatment options, and make a treatment plan.
How do I connect?
On this website, select the menu item "Telemedicine" and drop down to the provider your child is scheduled with, enter your Child's Name in the text box and press the Check In button. You will be in the providers virtual "waiting room." Please arrive in the virtual waiting room 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. Your provider will connect with you at the appropriate time.
Is a telemedicine visit a “real” visit?
Yes, during this time most telemedicine visits are covered by health insurance, and through the visit you and your provider will create a treatment plan for your child. In some cases the provider may ask you to help with examination of your child (obtain the child’s current weight, look at specific areas of the body, for example). Your provider may recommend a future in-person visit for examination or testing in some cases.
How do I schedule a telemedicine visit?
Please call our office to schedule your visit. Our schedulers will provide details and collect further information needed to schedule the visit. Telemedicine may be subject to deductibles, co-insurance and/or co-payments.
Children's Urology is following the requirements of each surgery center. Some surgical centers require prior COVID testing and some do not. Please ask the surgery scheduler for information.