January 31, 2018

University of Michigan Urology to offer expanded and enhanced vasectomy services during March Madness at the Livonia Surgery Center

The expanded service offerings will include increased appointment access, TVs broadcasting March Madness basketball game for recovering patients to watch, and additional amenities.

This March, men considering vasectomies will have a little more incentive thanks to Vasectomy Madness at the U-M’s Livonia Surgery Center.

On select dates running between March 15-23, patients seeking a vasectomy can enjoy expanded scheduling options, TVs to watch during recovery, snacks and drinks, and a game day atmosphere.

These expanded services are being offered in response to the documented spike in scheduled vasectomies during major sporting events such as March Madness. Vasectomies also offer patients conscientious options when encountering issues in the fields of men’s health and reproductive health.

“The Livonia Surgery Center facilities and the affiliated urology clinics in the adjacent Livonia Center for Specialty Care provide some of the best quality service for urologic care in the state of Michigan,” said Dr. Jim Dupree, and assistant professor with University of Michigan Urology. “It’s a no-brainer to expand the availability of these quality services during March Madness to meet demand and make the patient’s experience as enjoyable as possible.”

University of Michigan Urology and its division of Andrology and Urologic Health are a leader, both within Michigan and across the nation, in treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer evaluation, treatment of peyronyes disease, erectile dysfunction, infertility and other men’s health issues.

The Livonia Surgery Center and urology clinics in the adjacent Livonia Center for Specialty Care offer patients increased access to U-M Urology doctors, convenient parking and the newest technologies for many urologic conditions.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call the University of Michigan Department of Urology Call Center at 734-936-7030 or visit www.uofmhealth.org/conditions-treatments/adult-urology.