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A Few Words About Us
Specialty urologic care was established here in Central Oregon in 1964 when Dr. William Ellis, fresh from his training at Northwestern University Medical Center, moved to Bend to practice medicine. In time, Dr. Ellis was joined by Dr. Paul Whitsell and opened his own clinic. Bend Urology was born.
Bend Urology has since grown to include a staff of six board-certified urologists — delivering state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment. Our team of doctors are complemented by highly trained physician assistants. Along with our nurses and support staff, they have contri buted greatly to the high quality of urologic care and service that have come to define our group.
In 2002, Bend Urology moved to its current location in Doctors Park Medical Center. At the same time the physicians opened Doctors Park Surgery Center. This outpatient surgery center has won accolades for both its advanced treatment expertise and quality of care, and all in an environment that is friendly, sophisticated and comfortable.
Bend Urology is commited to working with the St. Charles Health System and other local providers to focus on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s TripleAim: improving access to healthcare, enhancing patients’ experience, and assuring affordable healthcare.
Our goal is to maintain the highest quality of care by offering the best and newest treatment modalities to improve our patients’ quality of life, their urologic health and their longevity.
Our Focus is on Your Health
In the US each year, about 30,000 deaths are attributed to prostate cancer. But here's the good news. With early detection, men with prostate cancer have a much greater chance of successful treatment.
The doctors and staff of Bend Urology have been providing state-of-the-art cancer diagnosis and treatment for Bend and Central Oregon since 1964.
Incontinence can result from disease, anatomic or physiologic factors. Most frequently it's either stress or an overactive bladder.
Treatment depends on type, severity and the underlying cause. But don't worry. If you experience incontinence, you can take immediate steps that may eliminate or reduce the problem.