UNIONTOWN, Pa. –WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital announced Wednesday that regional urology practice – Tricounty Urology – has officially joined the health system.
“This acquisition is a major win for our community as we further establish our commitment to ensuring the availability of the services and care that our patients depend on,” David Hess, M.D., CEO of Uniontown Hospital, said. “The physicians and advanced practice providers with this group are incredibly talented and dedicated, and we are very happy to be able to welcome them into the WVU Medicine family.”
Led by fellowship-trained urology experts Sunil Rayan, M.D., and Mukul Patil, M.D., Tricounty Urology – now WVU Medicine Uniontown Urology Associates – has offices in Uniontown and Waynesburg where they offer customized solutions for improving and maintaining the urological health of men and women of all ages.
The group offers the latest treatments for urologic health concerns like kidney stones, benign prostatic hyperplasia, incontinence, and urinary tract infections and the physicians also have extensive experience diagnosing and treating urological cancers, including kidney, bladder, and prostate cancer.
Their specialists are also highly trained in several advanced techniques, including endoscopic surgery, UroLiftⓇ, laparoscopic surgery, and cryosurgery.
The urology team will continue to operate from their current location in Uniontown at 205 Mary Higginson Lane, Level 1, Uniontown, PA 15401. Their practice currently located at 112 Walnut Ave. Waynesburg, PA 15370 will be moving to the WVU Medicine Waynesburg Outpatient Center located at 451 Murtha Drive, Waynesburg, PA 15370 later this summer.
Plans to relocate the Uniontown offices to the hospital campus are underway, however, that move will likely not occur until late 2022.
For more information about WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital, visit UniontownHospital.com.
Josh Krysak, WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital Director of Community and Patient Relations, 724-430-8634, email@example.com