TUCC Looks Forward to Providing You with Exceptional Urologic Care

We are committed to ensuring your treatment process is as seamless as possible.

Visiting TUCC

The Urology Center of Colorado is located at 2777 Mile High Stadium Circle, just north of Sports Authority Field in Denver. Should you have any questions about your appointment or treatment process, please call our main line at 303.825.TUCC (8822) or toll-free at 1.877.825.8898.

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Comfort Suites: 620 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80204 (I-25 and 6th Avenue)  More information>>

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About Your Appointment

Clinic appointments are scheduled Monday through Friday. Our receptionists are available until 5:00 p.m. daily to assist with your appointment scheduling. Please bring any appropriate medical documents, lab results or x-rays to your first appointment. If you are not able to keep your appointment as scheduled or are going to be late, please contact our office as soon as possible. This courtesy allows us to be of service to other patients. If we are seriously delayed due to an emergency, we will attempt to notify you as soon as possible.

Surgeries are scheduled Monday through Friday. Our receptionists are available until 5:00 p.m. each day to assist you with the scheduling of your surgery. We require 24 hours notice for surgery cancellations.

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Your First Visit

Please bring your insurance card(s) and a list of your current medications with you to your first visit. We recommend that you arrive to your appointment 30 minutes early to fill out any patient registration forms and a brief health history questionnaire.

Follow-Up Appointments

The receptionists in each patient suite will assist you with scheduling your follow-up appointments. Please arrive to these appointments at least 10 minutes early to fill out any additional paperwork.


If you need to speak to your TUCC physician or nurse outside of regular business hours, please call 303.825.TUCC (8822) or 1.877.825.8898 (toll-free). Someone will be available to assist you 24 hours a day.

Insurance Information

TUCC is contracted with all major insurance companies. Our business personnel will bill your insurance company directly. All co-pays and deductibles are due at the time care is delivered. Patients are not billed for any amounts until contracted insurance has paid or denied our claims. Once payment is received, you will be billed for the patient responsible portion of your claim.

If we are not contracted with your insurance company, you will be asked to pay for your care when it is provided. In these instances, we will provide you with a form to give to your insurance company so that you can be reimbursed directly. Medicare patients are only responsible for their deductibles and the 20 percent difference between Medicare payments and allowances. TUCC accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover payments.

TUCC will bill your insurance carrier(s) if we are contracted with them. We will also bill Medicare. If we are not contracted with your insurance we ask that you pay for your care at the time of service. We accept checks, cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. If you have any questions about your bill please contact our billing office.

There is a possibility you will receive multiple bills from your treatment at TUCC including Colorado Imaging Associates which reads our x-rays, UniPath which reads our biopsy slides, the Urology Surgery Center (USCC) which is the ambulatory surgery facility in the building where we do our cystoscopies and surgeries, Physician Anesthesia Services which are the anesthesiologists in the surgery center, and outside hospital bills for any treatments we perform at these facilities. You may also receive a bill from LabCorp or Quest for labs we send out to be processed. If you have questions about the bills you may receive from these other providers, do not hesitate to call their billing offices.

If you have any questions about your insurance coverage or require assistance, please feel free to speak with someone in the TUCC billing department at 303.825.TUCC (8822).

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TUCC strives to offer excellence in customer service. Please take a moment to fill out our patient survey and let us know how we are doing.

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Patient Support Groups

At The Urology Center of Colorado, we are committed to ensuring that your treatment process is as seamless as possible. Learn more about our clinical partners who may play an important role during your time at TUCC. Get recommendations on local restaurants and accommodations near our center. Or, sign up for one of our free monthly patient support groups.

Support Groups meet at The Urology Center of Colorado in the 3rd Floor Conference Room
2777 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO 802111

Join A Support Group

Bladder Cancer Support Group 8/28/18

Held on the fourth Tuesday of every month in our third floor conference room unless otherwise noted below. The Urology Center of Colorado 2777 Mile High Stadium Circle Denver, CO 80211 Please call 303.762.7666 or click on an online registration link below to register for a bladder cancer support group. When registering online, you will

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Prostate Cancer Support Group 8/16/18

The TUCC prostate cancer support group meets on the third Thursday of each month in the third floor conference room at TUCC. The Urology Center of Colorado 2777 Mile High Stadium Circle Denver, CO 80211 Please call 303.762.7666 or click on an online registration link below to register for a prostate cancer support group. When

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Prostate Cancer – Men’s Networking Support Group 10/18/18

New at TUCC! The TUCC prostate cancer – men’s networking group is designed for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 55 or younger. A diagnosis of prostate cancer at a young age brings a host of considerations that may not be as pressing to men in their 60’s, 70’s or 80’s.

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ADT Nutrition and Exercise Class 08/07/2018

The ADT (Androgen/Hormone) Deprivation Therapy) class is a two-hour interactive class presentation on nutrition and exercise for men undergoing hormone deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. It is restricted to men diagnosed with prostate cancer and their spouses. The class takes place on the first Tuesday of every month in the TUCC third floor conference room.

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Our Clinical Partners

In order to continue our commitment to providing patients with state-of-the-art, comprehensive urologic care, TUCC partners with several medical companies. These companies work with our physicians and staff to help improve the recovery process following surgery or other treatments. For more information, please read on

Firma Medical

For TUCC patients who have undergone a prostatectomy, TUCC partners with Firma Medical to provide patients with vacuum therapy, a noninvasive treatment for erectile dysfunction. In TUCC’s penile rehabilitation program, patients are introduced to vacuum therapy and other medications to help improve the return of sexual function. For more information, visit firmamedical.com or call 1.800.771.9263.


Physical Therapy

TUCC partners with Providence Physical Therapy to provide patients with access to a highly specialized pelvic floor physical therapist. This therapist addresses urinary stress incontinence, overactive bladder, painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis and pelvic floor dysfunction in men and women. The physical therapist also assesses men on LHRH medications (prostate cancer hormonal therapy) for cardiovascular fitness and safe weight bearing exercises for bone strengthening.

These sessions are offered on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at TUCC. For more information, please call 303.825.TUCC (8822) or visit www.ptprovidence.com.


TUCC offers scheduled appointments with a nutritionist to assess and counsel patients with such urologic conditions as cancer, interstitial cystitis and kidney stones. These urologic conditions have specific dietary needs and recommendations. Medical conditions such as need for weight loss or gain can also be addressed in these sessions. Read a brief bio of Colleen Gill, TUCC nutritionist.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call 303.825.TUCC (8822).

Patient Resources

Suggested websites for additional Information on urologic procedures, technology, research and support

  • Zero – The Project to End Prostate Cancer
  • LiveStrong Foundation
  • Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network
  • daVinci Surgery
  • National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse
  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine
  • American Urological Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • Interstitial Cystitis Association
  • National Association for Continence
  • Patient Advocate Foundation
  • US, Too Prostate Cancer Support Group
  • Coping with Cancer Magazine
  • Caring Today
  • United Ostomy Associations of America
  • Women Against Prostate Cancer
  • HealthTap Medical Blog
  • Men’s Health Network
  • Mesothelioma
  • Philippi Center – Equine Assisted Therapy Solutions
  • Caregiver Resources
  • Kidney Cancer Community
  • The Smart Patients Team
  • Prevent Patient Bone Complications
  • Greenlight Laser for BPH
  • Greenlight Laser for BPH (Spanish)
  • The Ostomy Factor