Fact Sheet Display

David Grant USAF Medical Center - Urology Clinic

Col. (Dr.) Duane Cespedes, director of the Wilford Hall Incontinence Clinic, conducts a urodynamic study on a patient in the Wilford Hall Medical Center Urology Department. The study helps evaluate the cause of incontinence. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Josie Kemp)

A urodynamic study on a patient in DGMC's Urology Clinic. The study helps evaluate the cause of incontinence. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Josie Kemp)

DGMC's Urology Clinic is comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who evaluate all diseases, injuries and other afflictions of the genitourinary system in males and females.

Our outpatient staff consists of the following:

 - Three Board Certified/Eligible Urologists
 - One Chemotherapy-Certified Registered Nurse
 - Three Urology service technicians
 - One Medical administrative assistant

DGMC's Urology Clinic serves as a referral center for outpatient and inpatients alike in the Northern California and Nevada areas. We also support other facilities and civilian military beneficiaries' referrals.

This multi-disciplinary team provides state-of-the-art care to our patients.  Our on-site laboratory, pharmacy and radiology services further enhance the quality of care by providing on-site diagnostic and therapeutic capability here at Travis Air Force Base.

Our Outpatient Services include, but are not limited to:

· Evaluation and management of all genitourinary conditions
· Cystoscopy
· Prostate biopsy
· Urodynamic studies
· Vasectomy
· Excision/Fulguration of superficial genital lesions
· Hormone therapy
· Chemotherapy Administration
· Radiology studies
· Cancer Counseling

We provide Medical and Surgical management of:

· Prostate cancer
· Bladder cancer
· Kidney cancer
· Testicular Cancer
· Penile Cancer
· Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
· Stone disease
· Female and Male Urinary incontinence
· Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse
· Erectile Dysfunction
· Urethral Stricture Disease
· Vasectomy Reversal
· Circumcision
· Benign scrotal disease
· Pediatric urologic conditions (including, but not limited to, undescended testes, hydrocele, circumcision and vesicoureteral reflux)

Who We See: We are pleased to accept all active duty and all military beneficiary patients, including a wide spectrum of pediatric patients.

What Clinical Info We Need: For referrals to Urology, we request that a consult be entered in Composite Health Care System (CHCS), pre-ordered lab/radiology tests. Please send clinic notes, labs, pathology reports, and radiographic studies (X-rays, CT, Pet/CT, Bone scan, US), if done by an outside provider that does not have access to CHCS/CHCSII.

Patient Instructions: Please arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment.

General Administrative Information: Referrals are reviewed by an Urologist, prior to arranging an appointment.  For consults that need to be seen within one week, please call our appointment desk.