Peter Ruff, MD
The decision to expand a practice comes with great financial cost and administrative effort. Clinicians may expect to add new space, staff, and technology and spend more time in meetings. For Urology Austin, however, the benefits for their patients have outweighed the challenges of such growth.
Located in one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States,1
Urology Austin provides services at 19 locations for patients across approximately 60 square miles of the Texas urban and suburban landscape, and coordination is key, according to Peter Ruff, MD, president of the practice.
“It’s a huge geographic area for all our outlying clinics, and although we cannot offer everything at each location, we can coordinate and make it as easy as possible for the patients to limit travel times,” Ruff said.Advancing With Robotic Surgery
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