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Urology Residency, Royal Oak

Highlights & achievements

  • achieving a top-21 ranking among national urology programs in the annual U.S. News and World Report's America's Best Hospitals report (2017)
  • highest ranked program with 2 or less residents per year in the 2014 Doximity/ U.S. News residency ranking
  • full spectrum of robotic and laparoscopic surgical programs
  • tertiary-care patient services, including experts in all subspecialties of urologic care
  • nationally- and internationally-renowned pediatric urology division
  • clinical research, funded by NIH grants, commercial and philanthropic sponsors
  • creation of the Ministrelli Program for Urology Research and Education (MPURE) supports the research and education infrastructure of the department in perpetuity

Special procedures offered

Beaumont Doctors and staff provide a full array of urological diagnoses and treatments. Areas of specialization include

  • male infertility
  • pediatric urology
  • prostate diseases
  • urologic cancers
  • urinary incontinence
  • endourology / laparoscopy / robotics
  • stone disease
  • sexual dysfunction
  • renal transplantation support
  • genital and pelvic reconstruction
  • female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (including fellowship opportunity)


The Department of Urology conducts an ACGME approved training program, with two residents at each level, for four years following one year of preparatory graduate training prior to entering the program. 

  • that year must be spent in general surgery in a program with the four subsequent years of formal Urology
  • the program is five years in total
  • exposure to international urology with opportunities to travel and network with urologists worldwide

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME Accreditation)

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