In 1887, William N. Wishard, M.D. founded his practice to specialize in the field of genitourinary surgery. The photograph above was taken at the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History at the American Urological Association, Baltimore, Maryland, which opened an exhibit in October 2006 featuring Dr. Wishard and his contributions to urology. Dr. Wishard served as urology chairman for forty-nine years at what is now known as the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Apart from his professional activities, Dr. Wishard was influential with the Indiana Legislature in matters of public health and education. His significant input led to the creation of the Indiana Medical Licensing Act and the Indiana State Board of Health. Urology of Indiana is proud to follow Dr. Wishard's example by continuing to be leaders in the field of urology.
Today, we are the largest urologic practice in Indiana with a dedicated focus on providing premier urological care. We are committed to excellence and enhancing the quality of life for of our patients. We live up to our commitment by offering comprehensive care, and delivering breakthrough, evidenced-based urological treatment and service options that are tailored to the individual needs of our patients.
Breakthrough Treatment and Service Options
Urology of Indiana is a fully integrated, breakthrough urological care facility. Our patients are able to visit their neighborhood physician and also obtain streamlined access to our state-of-the-art pathology laboratory, radiation and imaging services. By having these services readily available, we can more effectively manage our patient's health care as a whole, while insuring they receive the highest standard of quality. Our board-certified physicians and medical staff are experts on the latest advances in urological care and are leaders in bringing new technology and treatment options to our community.
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