PAs in Urology work under the supervision of a licensed Urologist to assist in the global management of urologic patients, including all aspects of pre-, intra- and post-operative care.
In general, urologic PAs are authorized to perform any duties delegated to them by their supervising physician that they feel comfortable performing. Often urologic PAs can take care of many routine urological problems, freeing the surgeon to concentrate on more complex patients.
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