Urologist Los Angeles & Beverly Hills

Welcome to La Peer Health Systems Department of Urology. This particular department of the surgery center focuses on the health of the urinary tract, bladder, and the male reproductive system. Urologists diagnose, treat and aim to prevent the diseases and conditions that can affect the urinary system and reproductive system. Diagnosis is a large and important area of urology, and our physicians, doctors and nurses in this department are fully qualified in carrying out various diagnostic procedures.

What makes La Peer Health Systems Department of Urology great is the combination of expert physicians and cutting edge technology. La Peer uses the latest diagnostic procedures and equipment to ensure a correct diagnosis is made and the treatment is as minimally invasive as possible. The Urology Department is also heavily involved in research and clinical trials carried out by our research team at La Peer Health System, so that we can improve service to our patients and move forward in the medical field to develop new, more successful treatments.

Urinary Incontinence Beverly HillsLa Peer Health System's Department of Urology uses a variety of tools to diagnose a problem. The urologist may use an ultrasound machine to produce an image of the urinary tract and bladder to give further insight, or an internal examination may also be carried out using an endoscopic camera, which gives an accurate image and is a fantastic diagnostic tool for urological conditions. Whatever your problem is, your urologist at La Peer will work with you to create a treatment plan to ensure a positive outcome. La Peer Health Systems was also named one of the 100 Greatest Places To Work by Becker's ASC Review. We take great pride in our professional and courteous staff and are honored to be included on Becker's 2013 ASC Review.

Urological Conditions Treated

  • Prostate cancer screening
  • Prostate cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Kidney stones
  • Bladder stones
  • Kidney infections
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Bladder cancer
  • Testicular cancer
  • Testicular tumors
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence

Urological Procedures

If you are suffering from a problem with your urinary tract, bladder, or male reproductive system, then please contact our urology team at La Peer Health Systems. You can call La Peer at (855) 360-9119 and ask to speak to a member of the Department of Urology.

Recent Urology Blogs

Studies Examine Effects of Smoking on Bladder Cancer

According to two recent studies presented at the annual Society for Urologic Oncology Conference, smoking has been definitively linked to yet another adverse health effect... read more »

Treatment Options After Being Diagnosed with BPH

If you have recently been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), you may be overwhelmed by the treatment options available to you... read more »

California Governor Jerry Brown and Treatments for Prostate Cancer

The urologists at La Peer Health Systems in Beverly Hills recently issued a comment about Governor Jerry Brown's... read more »

Prostate Cancer: Tips for Living in Remission

The Facts: there are about 2.8 million men in the United States living with prostate cancer. The operative word is "LIVING" with the disease... read more »

Prostate Cancer’s New ‘Old’ Treatment Pill

This pill isn't a new prostate cancer treatment; it's a new level of treatment. Released on the market just two years ago, a prostate.... read more »

Warning Signs for Prostate Cancer

A prostate cancer diagnosis can be a scary prospect, but the good news is that treatment is very effective when the disease is discovered early... read more »

Get to Know the Department of Urology

Urology is the medical specialty that diagnoses and treats conditions of the urinary tract for both men and women... read more »

Male Birth Control Pill on the Horizon?

For women, there are several birth control options available. For men it’s a different story, but perhaps not for long... read more »

For Kidney Conditions, When Should You See an Urologist or Nephrologist?

A common question from patients is when do you see an urologist or a nephrologist for kidney problems? This can be somewhat confusing as both doctors treat conditions of the kidneys.

The Answer: It depends on what condition is present... read more »

Recent study shows PSA tests have helped decrease prostate cancer deaths

A recent study published what many urologists already know – PSA tests for prostate cancer save lives. The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that while the incidence of prostate cancer has not decreased in the past 20 years, the death rate from the disease has decreased a staggering 40%... read more »

Cancer Rates in the United States are Decreasing

According to a new study released by the American Cancer Society, cancer death rates have been decreasing between 2004 and 2008. The study found that cancer rates have dropped 1.8% per year in men and 1.6%... read more »

Guide to Cancer Screenings

Most women know to get a pap smear once a year. Some people know they are supposed to get a mole check yearly, but did you know there also several other cancer screenings you should have done?... read more »

Can circumcision prevent STDs later in life?

Deciding whether or not to circumcise an infant can be a difficult decision for new parents.

Research shows that having your baby boy circumcised, the surgical removal of the penis foreskin, has health benefits. The risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections, such as genital herpes or HPV, is reduced in men who are circumcised... read more »

Treating erectile dysfunction

For most, the thought of erectile dysfunction (ED) is unsettling. But, keep in mind that with the various treatment options available today there is almost always a solution for ED, regardless of the cause.... read more »

The importance of knowing your family's health history

Having a good understanding of your family's health history is essential in disease prevention. Many of the most common and fatal disease can be hereditary, including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.... read more »

Overactive Bladder

A symptom of an overactive bladder can be the sudden urge to urinate . The urge may be difficult to suppress, which can lead to the involuntary loss of urine, also known as incontinence. For those who aren't affected by this condition, an overactive bladder may seem like a minor inconvenience, but for the 25 million Americans that are living with the effects, an overactive bladder can greatly reduce one's quality of life... read more »


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Dr. Kia Michel, MD
Kia Michel, MD
Dr. Michel is a renown and highly accomplished Urologist who has dedicated his career to providing state of the art care for his patients with a warm,  read more
Dr. Robert Sanford, MD
Robert Sanford, MD
Dr. Sanford graduated from Brooklyn College and New York Medical College. He interned at Cedars Sinai Medical Center (Cedars of Lebanon) read more
Dr. Premal Jitendra Desai, MD
Premal Jitendra Desai, MD
Premal J. Desai, M.D. is a board-certified urologist specialty trained in laparoscopic and robotic surgery for urologic cancers. read more