About Us

In our effort to better serve our community, our scope of treatment at our Cancer Therapy Center will expand to include the radiation treatment of breast, lung, and rectal cancers.

Our highly qualified physicians are dedicated to providing the finest urological care in the Tucson area that is committed to you—the patient.

At Arizona Institute of Urology, we have been providing comprehensive care focused on you for more than 20 years. With our long-standing commitment and service to our community, our eight highly qualified urologists continue to offer the finest urological care at our five convenient locations around the Tucson, Green Valley and Oro Valley area including our state-of-the-art Cancer Therapy Center.

AIU physicians are all board certified or board eligible and members of the American Urological Association. At AIU, we have established a long-standing reputation in the community of providing comprehensive care for medical conditions related to prostate health, overactive bladder (incontinence), impotence, urinary tract infections, vasectomies, kidney stones, and all other urological conditions.

Our specialty-trained urologists also partner in-house with oncologists and pathologists whom have dedicated themselves to urological cancers exclusively, making AIU a leader in urological cancer care. We've invested in our own labs to obtain quick, accurate results; we provide state-of-the-art technology with Varian's RapidArc™; and we offer comprehensive cancer care all under one roof at the AIU Cancer Therapy Center. AIU is dedicated to focusing on cancer diagnosis, pathology, and treatment planning—all of which contribute to comprehensive care that focuses on the patient.

Arizona Institute of Urology has a commitment to provide the most up to date and effective care for our patients. Part of this commitment can be fulfilled by a new addition to our patient centered services - the addition of clinical research. Through clinical research we offer our patients the ability to take part in the continued progress of medicine and science. New treatments, both surgical and medical will be made available to our patients by our research team.

To support men, and their spouses, that have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, AIU offers a support group to address the physical and emotional concerns that they may be dealing with and to create a community in which they can relate to others dealing with the same issues.