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    (Slideshow) Iris Cantor Men's Health Center

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    Men's Health clinics, the subject of a recent article in Urology Times, differ in design and layout but are the same in their focus on providing comprehensive health care for men.

    The goal of men's health clinics is to bring needed care under one roof. These clinics, the subject of a recent article in Urology Times, differ in design and layout but are the same in their focus on providing comphrensive health care for men.

    NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York opened its Iris Cantor Men’s Health Center in July 2012, according to Steven A. Kaplan, MD, the center’s director.

    “Traditionally, men’s health models were run, at least in the academic world, by internal medicine people,” said Dr. Kaplan, who is professor of urology at Weill Cornell Medical College. “I think it was the first time at Cornell that we were able to coalesce different departments—urology and medicine—under one banner. It demonstrated that you could actually bring in multiple different stakeholders under one roof. One entry system; one exit system.”

    (Photo courtesy of Walter Dufresne/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.)

    Benjamin P. Saylor
    Benjamin P. Saylor is associate editor of Urology Times, an Advanstar Communications publication.
    Lisette Hilton
    Lisette Hilton is president of Words Come Alive, based in Boca Raton, Florida.


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