No longer exclusive to large practices, groups of any size engaged in the independent practice of urology are eligible to join LUGPA. Our association has developed opportunities and resources for members to engage in information sharing and best practices regardless of their position in a urology group practice, from physicians and practice administrators to lab directors and research coordinators.

LUGPA member groups play an active role in preserving and protecting the independent practice of urology in the ever-changing healthcare and medical reimbursement atmosphere. Our members improve patient care by participating in information sharing during LUGPA meetings and events, joining our benchmarking program, pursuing our health policy and advocacy initiatives, and taking advantage of our practice management tools.

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LUGPA has represented more than 150 independent urology group practices for more than 10 years. By joining LUGPA, independent urologists can expand our influence for the benefit of our patients and secure your practice’s future. Together we can strengthen of the future of independent urology gropus in the US.

Learn more about how to join LUGPA or contact us with questions.

After COVID-19, LUGPA More Important Than Ever

COVID-19 has presented our practices a crisis of unprecedented proportion. Our mission to preserve and advance the independent practice of urology has never been more important. As many groups began informally exchanging ideas about surviving the pandemic, LUGPA worked to keep our members informed on issues pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.