Better urology care

Doctor-led, team-based care designed to meet your unique needs.


Modern medicine offers a wide range of care for urology problems. But when looking for care, many patients don’t know they need to think about how that care is delivered — the “care model.”

It’s not enough to have expert care; you need a care team that works together. And, you need a doctor to coordinate, or lead, that team.

Care models matter

According to the American Medical Association, doctor‑led care models work. And, a doctor-led care team will only become even more important as the demand for health care rises.*


Doctor-led. Patient-focused.

In specialty practices, such as urology, doctor-led care gives your doctor more say over the care you get. This means your doctor can tailor care to meet your unique needs.

To find the right care for you, your doctor needs to think about your:

  • Preferences 
  • Medical history
  • Support system
  • Health care team*
Better experience. Better outcomes.

In the Dallas–Fort Worth area, USMD Urology clinics offer doctor-led care that meets your unique needs. 

Our focus is always on doing what’s best for our patients. We work together to offer patients the best care possible. Our goal is to help them reach the highest possible quality of life,” says Mark McCurdy, MD, medical director, USMD Urology Services.

State-of-the-art facilities

Dr. McCurdy offers examples such as USMD’s state-of-the‑art robotic surgery services. 

“Our expert surgeons understand our patients as real people. And, they have access to the very best equipment and technology. This means patients get better faster and have fewer problems.”

Independently healthy

To learn more about USMD Urology services, and how our doctor‑led care model helps keep our patients independently healthy, visit USMD.com/urology.



*American Medical Association, “Models of physician-led team-based care,” 2015.


The information provided is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or a substitute for professional health care. You should consult an appropriate health care professional for your specific needs.