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ARIZONA UROLOGY ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OUR NEWEST LOCATION!

At Arizona Urology, we take pride in our ongoing efforts to grow and to better serve Valley residents. We have the great pleasure of announcing our latest office in the Paradise Valley area of Phoenix at 3815 E Bell Rd, Suite 4500. This location is the fifth in our practice, joining our team in representing Goodyear, Glendale, Mesa, and Sun City West.

We will offer our full and expansive range of urological services and treatments here, including a Saturday clinic for those patients with a busy weekday schedule.

To schedule your appointment, please give our team a call at (623) 512-4390, or refer to our online appointment options at http://www.arizona-urology.com. This is where you may also find our services and treatment options, provider profiles, patient forms and insurance information.

We look forward to the opportunity to share our method of combining quality patient care and state-of-the-art technology with our new neighbors!

Author
Caitlin Manley

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