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UCPA Patient Care and Service Updated during Coronavirus Pandemic

Free Health Screenings

Urology of Central PA is proud to partner with Geisinger Holy Spirit to provide free health screenings on Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Free Health Screening Event

Screenings will be held at Geisinger Holy Spirit in their auditorium.

All screenings are FREE and no appointment is needed.

The following screenings will be offered at the event:

  • • Blood Pressure
  • • Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • • Bone Density
  • • Cholesterol and Glucose by fingerstick
  • • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
    Blood testing for men; a physician from Urology of Central PA will 
    be onsite for exams.
  • • Sleep assessment

For questions, please email or call 717-763-2427.

Click here to download Free Health Screening Event flyer.


UCPA Wins “Reader’s Choice” Award – Thank You for Voting!

This August, Urology of Central Pennsylvania was awarded the “Reader’s Choice” award in the category of “Medical Specialist.”

UCPA has won the “Simply the Best” or “Reader’s Choice” award since 2008, and we are honored that you continue to trust us with your urologic care. Thank you for spreading the news of the wonderful treatment you received as well! We are glad that our patients and central Pennsylvania community recognizes the commitment to quality that UCPA physicians and staff provide.

Continuing our commitment to our community, UCPA is now offering high-quality CT scans at a fraction of the cost of other local providers. Learn more by clicking here.

Collective Strength. Individualized Care.


“Taking Care of Business” 9-23-2016

Michael Parks of WHP580 spent some time “Taking Care of Business” with Dr. Scott Owens of Urology of Central Pennsylvania about Prostate Cancer and an important event that happened on September 23, 2016 – the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk. Listen here to learn more about the importance of early prostate cancer screenings.


“Taking Care of Business” 4-2-2016

Michael Parks Discusses the Importance of Prostate Exams and Treating Prostate Cancer with Urology of Central Pennsylvania’s Dr. Scott Owens

One in seven men will get prostate cancer. And for some it could be fatal. It’s the second leading cause of death of men here in Pennsylvania. During the early stages of prostate cancer there are NO symptoms. Once it has advanced, it’s probably not curable.