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Advanced urologic treatments delivered by experienced professionals.
Children urological and gynecological injuries to congenital ailments deserve the finest care available using the most effective therapies, treatments and techniques available.
At Florida Hospital for Children, our multidisciplinary team stands at the ready to address these problems and correct them so your child can live a healthy life.
In many cases, our team of urologic experts can treat the conditions so the original function is restored and preserved. This includes the use of leading edge minimally invasive surgical procedures that cause minimal disruption while greatly improving the precision and outcome of the surgery.
Pediatric urology services address disorders of the female urinary tract, male genitalia, testes and groin, female genitalia, kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.
Just of the few of the conditions we treat include:
Complex urinary tract reconstruction
Robotic Surgery/renal, ureteral and bladder procedures as well as complex urinary reconstruction
Minimally invasive surgery/laparoscopy
Minimally invasive surgery for urinary stones
Disorders of sexual differentiation
Vesicoureteral reflux/urinary tract infections
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Meet the Medical Director
Michael Keating, MD
Dr. Keating is a highly respected expert in pediatric urology, attaining the highest level of recognition in his field, including receiving the American Board of Urology’s Certificate of Added Qualification. As the medical director of the pediatric urology program at the hospital, he directs the care of children and adolescents suffering from a range of urological and gynecological health issues.
Dr. Gomez is a graduate of the Universidad Del Rosario School of Medicine. After attaining his medical degree, he performed his internship in general surgery at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Gomez completed his urology residency and served as chief resident at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami and then completed his pediatric urology fellowship at Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Urological Association, the American Medical Association and the Endourological Society. Recently appointed as a Visiting Scientist at Harvard, Dr. Gomez has authored numerous research papers in the field. He is bilingual in Spanish and English.