Online Medical Diagnosis , Help & Advice
We know this virus has everyone on edge, and if we can help you stay well, and stay out of large hospital centers, we want to do our part.
If you need care for non-acute issues, consider a telehealth visit with the ADPU team by downloading AnywhereCare on your phone to tablet.
AnywhereCare offers patients with non-emergency symptoms quick online access to high-quality care — anytime, anywhere. If needed, we can send prescriptions directly to your pharmacy. We can also order lab tests and perform out of hospital imaging.
Adult Pediatric Urology & Urognyecology we help with these treatments:
- Pain with urination
- Kidney stones
- Blood in urine (initial evaluation)
- Flank pain
- Vaginal pain or irritation
- Vaginal pressure or bulge
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- General medical concerns
Download the free mobile app for iOS and Android devices, or access on a computer. Your connection is secure and HIPAA compliant, and your information is private.
If an office visit is needed, a telehealth call can help streamline your care. We can have you in and out of the clinic quickly and get all the needed testing on-site including CT scans, lab work, and minor procedures. Call to set up your appointment or telehealth visit today: (402) 397-7989
The physicians and staff of Adult Pediatric Urology & Urogynecology are taking the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) seriously. Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our patients, their families, and our staff. For the last few weeks we have been monitoring the situation here locally and nationally. We have carefully reviewed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Nebraska and Iowa Departments of Health recommendations regarding the outbreak and are taking the following steps to ensure the health and safety of every person we care for. We are actively screening each patient who comes through our doors with a questionnaire for risks of the COVID-19 virus. Those who may potentially be at risk will be screened further with a temperature check. If someone is exhibiting symptoms suggestive of the COVID-19 virus, he or she will be directed to the appropriate medical facilities for further testing and screening. We do ask that if you feel you have been exposed or have symptoms to stay at home and self-quarantine as directed by the CDC. Urgent urologic needs will be addressed regardless. We have also increased the frequency and intensity of cleaning of our facilities. Finally we are taking measures to ensure social distancing within our spacious waiting rooms. We understand the anxiety and concern each person has regarding this outbreak. We want to reassure everyone that we have no plans to close our facilities or reduce accessibility to our services at this time. We are continually monitoring the situation and staying abreast of the updates published by federal, state and local authorities. We encourage you to call our office with any questions or concerns you may have about the measures we are taking to protect the health and safety of our patients as well as to discuss your urologic and urogynecologic health. Should you decide to postpone your appointment or a scheduled procedure, please contact us as soon as possible.