The Urologic Cancer Center at Orlando Health is committed to providing you the most effective cancer treatment possible while restoring your quality of life.  Whether you’re facing a diagnosis of prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer or other type of urologic cancer, our team of specialists will provide you with comprehensive treatment and care to get you back to feeling your best.

We offer you seamless, coordinated care so you don’t need to spend time and effort making appointments with multiple specialists and facilities. Our urology physicians, surgeons, oncologists and radiation oncologists work together from a single treatment plan developed for your specific needs, and with your input.

State-of-the-art treatment options offered at our center include minimally invasive surgery, urologic prosthetic surgery, targeted radiation, chemotherapy and immunotherapy. If needed, treatment also includes reconstructive surgery and hormone therapy to restore sexual and urinary function.

Our team of urologic cancer specialists includes physicians skilled in da Vinci® robotic surgery, laparoscopic and ureteroscopic procedures. Many of our physicians are leading experts in their field, active in clinical trials and research studies to offer our patients the best possible treatments. Call us today for an initial consultation or second opinion to get started on your road to recovery.

  • Clinical Trials

    When appropriate, we also offer our patients the option to participate in clinical trials to try a promising new medical drug or other treatment.

  • Conditions and Treatments

    Making treatment decisions can be overwhelming. Our promise is to work with you to find the best treatment plan for you or your loved one.

  • Resources

    At the Orlando Health Cancer Institute, we strive to support patients and families in every way possible.

“Test Your Testes” with this Self-check Guide

At Orlando Health, we believe all men should be testing their testicles once a month so they can proactively report any changes to their healthcare provider.


Now that you know, it's time to take the test.

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