CU Urogynecology Opens Second Practice In Lone Tree

Convenience, accessibility to serve the south metro

Denver – University of Colorado Urogynecology announced today the opening of its second location in Lone Tree, Colo. Conveniently located at the new Lone Tree Health Center, UC Urogynecology physicians are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, with access to an intensive care unit and multiple teams of subspecialists in female health.

Serving as part of the larger division of University of Colorado OB-GYN, specialists at CU Urogynecology treat women with pelvic floor disorders through a fusion of gynecology and reconstructive surgery.

“Our ultimate goal in expanding to a second location is to provide greater access to leading-edge medical treatment for Colorado’s women,” stated Dr. Kathleen Connell

“As specialists in urogynecology, our focus is to provide every patient with the best possible care by dedicating ourselves to diagnosing and treating issues exclusive to female pelvic medicine.”

“University of Colorado Hospital’s commitment to remaining on the vanguard of medical research – coupled with the longstanding tradition of physician excellence – are attributes that drew me to Colorado,” continued Dr. Connell. “What impresses me most with the UCH health system is the continued desire to extend beyond the walls of the medical campus and grow as an integral part of communities across Colorado.”

CU Urogynecology began taking appointments at the Lone Tree location on December 10, 2012.

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About University of Colorado Urogynecology

University of Colorado Urogynecology is the largest female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery practice in the state. Each doctor is fellowship-trained and double board certified, including certification in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. We are dedicated to saving and restoring each patient’s quality of life by providing women of all ages with comprehensive evaluation, treatment and management of female pelvic health problems.