Waisman Center This event takes place at School of Pharmacy ty rsi ive Un UW Hospital and Clinics (UWHC). Ba Highland Ave. WIMR r. yD AFCH Clinics Entrance at 600 Highland Avenue. The UWHC UWHC Ct. American Family Children’s Hospital HSLC Health Sciences Learning Center UWHC UW Hospital and Clinics WIMR Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital UR-41551-14 Farley Ave . . Centennial Building AFCH parking ramp is shown in red on the map at left. Please enter the hospital through the UWHC Clinics Entrance. Ave. hall D University Bay r. Highland Mars the adjacent patient parking ramp UWHC Parking Ramp UW Hospital and Clinics onald Donald ouse Parking is available for a fee in HSLC Uni vers ity A ve. urology.wisc.edu Campus Drive Your privacy is our top priority. If you do not wish to receive communications from us, please send an email with your name and address to [email protected] or call us at (844) 300-2002. If you are a patient at UW Health, you will continue to receive information related to your care. Thank you. CUES CommunityUrologic EducationSeries CUES CommunityUrologic EducationSeries female incontinence Female Incontinence: Common, Challenging and Often Treatable The Community Urologic Education Series (CUES) is part of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health Department of Urology’s mission to help keep our community healthy and informed on how to treat and prevent urologic disease. Urologic health care issues affect people of all ages. Our top-flight adult and pediatric urologic health care specialists want to ensure that no one suffers with urologic health issues unnecessarily. CUES will help you identify and seek help for urologic conditions you may be experiencing or learn what you can do to prevent them. We hope to see you at one of our informative talks. Sarah McAchran, MD ne in three women will experience stress O urinary incontinence in their lifetime. Overactive bladder affects millions of Americans and as many as 40 percent of the women in the United States. Dr. Sarah McAchran is board certified in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery and is the medical director of the new Women’s Pelvic Wellness Clinic at UW Hospital and Clinic. Please join us for an informative talk about female urinary incontinence and the treatment options available to treat this very common problem. february 4, 2015 6–7:15 pm UW Hospital and Clinics Lecture Hall G5/119 (easy to find from UWHC parking structure) 600 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI Parking is available for a fee in the adjacent UW Hospital and Clinics patient parking ramp. Please RSVP by February 3 (608) 262-2691 or [email protected] This Department of Urology event is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend. 1685 Highland Ave, Suite 3200 Madison, WI 53705-2281 HelpingYou StayHealthy!
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