Urology outpatient clinic and endoscopy unit, Peijas HospitalKeywords:
- outpatient clinic
At the Peijas Urology Outpatient Clinic, we treat diseases of the kidneys, urinary organs, and male genitalia. We also conduct various gastrointestinal and bronchial endoscopy studies. Treatment in our outpatient clinic requires a referral and an appointment.
Our outpatient clinic offers appointments for specialists and specializing physicians. We perform endoscopic examinations and procedures of the urinary tract, as well as prostate ultrasound and needle sampling examinations. We also conduct urine flow and residual urine measurements. We also perform, for example, male sterilizations and circumcisions, as well as insert urine catheters.
At Surgery Outpatient Clinic 3, we perform admission examinations on patients who have been scheduled for surgery, and some of our patients arrive for surgery through Surgery Outpatient Clinic 4.
In addition, our outpatient clinic has nurse appointments held by:
- prostate cancer nurse
- urology nurse and
- ERAS research nurse.
We perform endoscopic examinations of the stomach and colon, as well as various procedures such as removals of small tumors, dilatation of esophageal and colonic stenosis, rubber-band ligation of esophageal venous dilatations, and fecal transplants.
We place feeding tubes through the abdominal wall into the stomach (PEG).
In addition, we perform emergency endoscopies and bronchoscopies.
Maisa Portal (opens in new window, links to another website)
You can use our online services by signing in to the Maisa Portal. Once your treatment with us begins, you will receive information on the service you can access in Maisa. These include, for example, appointment bookings and preliminary information forms.
The Patient Guide site answers the most common questions patients may have before, during, and after treatment.
Digital care pathways for prostate cancer (opens in new window, links to another website)
We can provide a variety of digital care pathways to support your treatment. If a digital care pathway has already been opened for you, you can find it in My Path in the Health Village (Terveyskylä online service).
Men’s Hub (opens in new window, links to another website)
The Men’s Hub provides information on illnesses affecting men. It provides you with information on men’s health problems and support for their treatment.
Surgery Hub (opens in new window, links to another website)
The Surgery Hub includes instructions on how to prepare for and recover from surgery.
Pain Management Hub (opens in new window, links to another website)
For more information on pain scenarios and pain treatment, visit the Pain Management Hub.
Stomach Hub (opens in new window, links to another website)
The Stomach Hub contains information on stomach problems, related examinations, and practical ways to treat stomach problems.