Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
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Pediatric Urology


Ranked #6 nationally in urology care for children

Our pediatric urologists have years of additional training to understand the unique needs of children with urinary tract and/or genitalia problems. Care ranges from simple procedures to the most complex reconstructive surgery. Whenever possible, we take a minimally invasive approach that is less traumatic than traditional surgery.

Vanderbilt Pediatric Urology is recognized as one of the nation's best  by U.S News & World Report. A top ten ranking reflects our commitment to providing children and their families with world-class care by one of the most experienced urology teams in the country.

Appointments and information: (615) 936-1060

Robotic Surgery TeamPlanning your visit
We understands that a hospital or clinic visit can be stressful. Our planning page includes new patient information packets, how to prepare for tests or surgery, conditions treated, and more.

Robotic precision with a human touch
Our surgeons have a new, cutting-edge robotic device for pediatric surgeries, joining an elite group of children's hospitals that employ this innovative tool.

Anesthesia custom-fit for kids
Children react differently to anesthesia. Our experts have years of additional training to ensure the best outcomes for your child.

Our experts closer to you

Our urology team
The Pediatric Urology team: L to R, Mark Adams, M.D., John Brock III, M.D., John Thomas, M.D., Douglass Clayton, M.D., John Pope IV, M.D., and Stacy Tanaka, M.D.

Urology research and training

Our pediatric urologists are internationally recognized for their clinical and basic science research. They have published more than 200 articles and book chapters in the field of pediatric urology. The division also offers one of the leading accredited two-year research/clinical fellowship training programs in the country.

Last Edited: February 10, 2016