Knowledge is Power: Urologic Health Seminar Offered at UC Health’s West Chester Hospital

CINCINNATI (June 18, 2019) — Community members are invited to join the region’s leading physician specialists for an engaging discussion and tips for maintaining urologic health and treatment options to help restore your quality of life.

WHAT: Urologic Health Seminars (open to the public)
COST: Free
WHEN: Wednesday, June 26, 7–8:30 p.m., or
Saturday, June 29, 9–10:30 a.m.
WHERE: West Chester Hospital, Plaza Conference Room, Level A
7700 University Drive, West Chester, OH 45069

The following topics will be explored:
• What are the most common noncancerous urologic disorders in women and men?
• What are common signs and symptoms of these disorders and how are they diagnosed and treated?
• What are the most common urologic cancers? Can they be prevented?
• How does aging affect urologic health?
• What are the treatment options for erectile/sexual dysfunction?
• What is urinary incontinence and how can it be treated?

Space is limited, so reserve your seat today by visiting or by calling 513-298-3000. Light refreshments will be provided.


About UC Health
UC Health is an integrated academic health system serving the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. In partnership with the University of Cincinnati, UC Health combines clinical expertise and compassion with research and teaching – a combination that provides patients with options for even the most complex situations. Members of UC Health include: University of Cincinnati Medical Center, West Chester Hospital, Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care, Bridgeway Pointe Assisted Living, University of Cincinnati Physicians (with more than 800 board-certified clinicians and surgeons), Lindner Center of HOPE and several specialized institutes including: UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute; UC Cancer Institute; and UC Heart, Lung & Vascular Institute. Many UC Health locations have received national recognition for outstanding quality and patient satisfaction. Learn more at

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