When you come to the Men’s Wellness Clinic at UChicago Medicine River East, you can expect a different type of health care experience. That’s because we have designed our clinic with a holistic, collaborative, concierge-style approach to men’s health.
A Precise and Personalized Approach to Prevention
Working together, our interdisciplinary team focuses as much on preventing disease as we do on treating it so we can optimize your health today and in the future.
Even if it has been several years since your last doctor’s visit, you can receive a comprehensive health evaluation through our location. Some of the tests available include:
- Blood tests to check cholesterol, testosterone, prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and other factors
- Glucose and HbA1c checks for diabetes
- Stress tests to check heart health
- Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screenings
- Ultrasounds for erectile dysfunction
- Advanced imaging of the kidneys, bladder, testicles and prostate
- Transrectal ultrasound to examine the prostate
- In-office, same day semen analysis
- Bladder scopes (cystoscopies) to diagnose urinary tract issues
- Penile injection testing
- Prostate cancer screening
- Screening for peripheral artery disease and abdominal aortic aneurysms
- Mental health screenings
If you are interested, we also offer advanced genomic testing to assess your genetic risk for diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease. By better understanding your risks, we can help you design a targeted prevention plan that may include lifestyle changes, medication and other strategies based on your specific issues and goals.
Nationally Recognized, Research-Driven Care
UChicago Medicine has earned international and national recognition for its outstanding specialty programs. The academic medical center has been named one of the top 50 hospitals in the country for urology, cancer, and diabetes and endocrinology by U.S. News & World Report.
UChicago Medicine has also been named one of the world’s best hospitals for cardiology, endocrinology and cancer by Newsweek.
UChicago Medicine is also home to one of only two comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute in Illinois. This means we can offer the best treatments available for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and other cancers affecting men of all ages.
Our men’s health specialists are active in research to better understand what factors influence longevity in men. If you are interested, we can help you access the latest clinical trials of new investigational medications and treatments for prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction, cancer, heart and vascular disease, diabetes and other conditions.
Respectful Care for LGBTQ+ Patients
Whether you identify as male, transgender or non-binary, you can expect a respectful experience with us. Our team is committed to providing LGBTQ+ care and supporting every patient’s individuality, dignity, health and wellness with the highest standards of excellence and integrity.
Sarah Macaraeg, PT, DPT, OCS, WCS
Jennifer Martin, MS, RD, LDN, CDCES
Urology Physician Assistant
Moshe Bedziner, PA-C
You can also schedule an appointment instantly for in-person and video visits through our online scheduling portal.
The information you provide will enable us to assist you as efficiently as possible. A representative will contact you within one to two business days to help you schedule an appointment.
To speak to someone directly, please call 1-888-824-0200. If you have symptoms of an urgent nature, please call your doctor or go to the emergency room immediately.
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