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Our mission here at University Urology Associates is to render the absolute best in urologic specialty care to our patients through decades of experience, cutting edge technology, and medical research. OR CALL US TODAY AT 212-686-9015 This is the link to the patient portal for Urochart EMR. Patients can access test results, update demographics, update medications and send messages directly to their physician.  Our dedicated research team provides hope for thousands; integrating medical research into our urology practice. OR CALL US TODAY AT 212-686-9015 Delivering outstanding patient care is standard at University Urology. We provide an environment where patient communication and bedside manners are held at the highest priority. OR CALL US TODAY AT 212-686-9015
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Patient Care & Information

University Urology provides the following information and web links for patients, their families and/or caregivers, physicians, and other healthcare professionals. University Urology is not responsible for the accuracy or update of information posted on these websites. Please utilize the information and links provided solely as a tool for broadening your knowledge on urologic diseases and the associated treatments.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Question: Do I need to fast before any of my visits?

Answer: No, fasting is not required for the laboratory exams that we routinely draw. Fasting is only usually required if you are participating in a clinical trial. Your study coordinator will let you know if fasting is required.

2. Question: Who do I call if I have a medical issue that needs immediate medical attention?

Answer: If you are calling during regular business hours, call the front desk at 212-686-9015. If it is after business hours call the main office phone number and the answering service will contact the physician on call. If there is an emergency, please contact 911.If it is a non emergency medical issue, please contact:

  • Betsy RN at ext 9 for Dr. Kaminetsky
  • Brooke at ext 24 for Dr. Provet

3. Question: Who do I call if I need medical records, prescriptions, or test results?

Answer:If you are a patient of Dr. Kaminetsky, contact Edith at extension 26.

If you are a patient of Dr. Provet, contact Brooke at extension 24. Please note that all requests will take 24 to 48 hours to process.

4. Question: I am coming in for a PSA blood test. What should I do before my visit?

Answer: If coming in for a PSA test, it is best to abstain from ejaculation for 24 – 48 hours prior.

5. Question: I am a new patient. What should I bring to my first visit?

Answer: New patients should bring complete list of medications and previous urologic records to their first visit.

6. Question: How are copayments determined?

Answer: Copayments vary and depend on what type of health insurance you may have, If your coverage requires a copayment, it is expected by the time of the visit.

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Patient Tools & Forms

  • Notice of Privacy Practices – This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.

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Links & Other Resources

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Accepted Medical Insurance

Dr. Kaminetsky accepts all medical insurances EXCEPT for the following:

  • Healthfirst
  • Fidelis
  • Atlantis

Dr. Provet accepts all medical insurances EXCEPT for the following:

  • Healthfirst
  • Fidelis
  • Atlantis
  • Oxford Liberty

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University Urology

Jed C. Kaminetsky, M.D., F.A.C.S.

215 Lexington Avenue

20th Floor

New York, NY 10016

Phone: 212-686-9015

Fax: 212-686-8607