Downtown High Point, North Carolina

Medical Center Urology

Providing Individualized One-On-One Urological Care

Medical Center Urology

624 Quaker Lane, Suite C 103
High Point, NC 27262
(336) 882-0220
Medical Center Urology, Urology, Health and Beauty, High Point, North Carolina

Medical Center Urology is a specialized practice dedicated to serving the High Point, North Carolina community with the highest quality of care, respect, dignity, and discretion. Led by Dr. Richard Puschinsky, a board-certified and highly accredited urology specialist, the team at Medical Center Urology is committed to addressing your medical concerns, designing a personalized treatment plan based on your unique needs and providing open and honest communication every step of the way.

For more than 25 years, Dr. Puschinsky’s practice has provided a full range of urology services for men and women, including:

  • Prostate cancer screenings and treatments
  • Male and female incontinence and overactive bladder
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Kidney stone diagnosis, analysis, and treatment
  • Infertility concerns and vasectomy procedures

As a general urology specialist, the doctor can treat these common conditions and others within the comfort and convenience of the High Point practice. The state-of-the-art medical facility is fully equipped with onsite X-ray, CAT scan, and laboratory technologies to aid in diagnosis and treatment. You will always receive personalized, thorough care from Dr. Puschinsky himself. If your condition requires further specialized care, he will provide you with a referral to another highly skilled professional.

To ensure that everyone receives the specialized care they need and deserve, Medical Center Urology accepts all types of insurance, all major credit cards, cash, and checks as payment. Payment plans are also available to patients who need additional flexibility in paying their medical bills.

Medical Center Urology is proud to bring the very best of modern medicine to High Point, Thomasville, and the surrounding areas. To make an appointment with the urology specialist, call (336) 882-0220 or visit the practice’s website.

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