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NEWS FOR OUR PARADISE VALLEY OFFICE!

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Kirsten Janosek-Albright is now seeing patients in our newest office, centrally located in Paradise Valley.

Dr. Janosek-Albright joined our practice in August of 2015, and has established herself as an integral figure in the group. She is trained in all aspects of Urology, and specializes particularly in robotic surgeries, kidney stone treatment and removal, urologic oncology and female urology such as incontinence and prolapse.

Please call our office to book your appointment today!

Author
Caitlin Manley

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