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Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute provides resources to physicians to help care for patients that attend other practices. Learn more from our experts.
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Alumni

Learn more about alumni from the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute's fellowship and residency programs.

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Case Based Urology Learning Program

Covering the most common and important clinical scenarios.

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Urology Fellowships

Comprehensive training preparing participants to become leaders within individual specialties.

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Urology Residency Training Program

Program offers challenging clinical experiences including numerous opportunities for basic, translational, clinical and outcomes research.

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Nephrology Fellowship Training Program

Sharing knowledge and experience with medical professionals, residents and fellows.

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Publications

The latest news of urological disorders and treatment options.

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Refer a Patient

Information on referring a patient to our institute.

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Medical Education

Improving patient care through medical education.

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Why Choose The Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute

Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, recognized worldwide for excellence in patient care, teaching and research, merges the urology and nephrology programs. This consolidation of disciplines allows us to better serve patients in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease while we continue to provide high-quality patient care and carry on innovative research in all aspects of urology. This year, U.S. News & World Report ranked our urology program No. 1 and our nephrology program No. 2 in the nation.

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Patient Stories

Patient Stories

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Young Mother Has Hope and Health After a New Technique for Treating Kidney Cancer

Jan 31, 2018

“I was in disbelief,” recalls Jessica. “Here I was about to find out if I was having a boy or a girl, and instead I’m learning I have cancer.”
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Bilateral Kidney Cancer Survivor Appreciates Time with His Son

Sep 6, 2017

“I just consider myself very lucky to have gone through what I have gone through and still be able to be there for my son when he needs me most.”
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Physician Father and Son Encourage Other Men to MENtion It

Oct 4, 2017

“When it comes to health, I think as men we like to say I’d rather not know. In my case, I needed to know in order to make the right decision for me.”
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