Patients are seen by appointment only. You must have a referral by your primary care physician or other specialist before an appointment can be made. Please have your medical provider fax information related to the urology concern (chart notes, labs and imaging) to 503-494-4743.
Every effort is made to verify and bill your insurance carrier. If you have new insurance or need to make changes, please call our office right away to ensure accurate handling of your account.
Our office is open from 8 a.m.– 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Our clinic is located at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital 7th floor specialty desk, 700 S.W. Campus Drive, Portland, OR 97239.
What to expect at a pediatric urology visit
We care about your experience. Please come prepared for your visit so we can offer the best possible care for your child. We frequently receive questions on the below topics and want to make this information readily available for you before your visit.
If you need additional information to make the most of your visit, please let us know.
Preparing for your visit
What forms do I need?
If you received forms in the mail, they must be completed before you arrive for your child’s appointment. Our staff will notify you which forms you will need to complete for your visit.
- Health History Questionnaire
- Pee and Poop Diary
- Catheritization Log
- Dysfunctional Elimination Scoring Sheet
- Pee and Poop Diary (with measurements)
- Spanish Dysfunctional Elimination Scoring Sheet
- Russian Dysfunctional Elimination Scoring Sheet
A detailed physical exam is often done at the first visit to determine a child’s current health status.
Are extra liquids important?
Please give your child extra liquids to drink before his or her visit. Your child’s urine will be checked at most visits.
If your child needs to use the restroom at any time, please notify our front desk.
What if my child needs sedation?
What if my child needs urodynamic testing?
Can I stay with my child during a test?
In most cases, you will remain with your child through the entire test. Exceptions would be in cases of deep sedation or if you are a pregnant mother.