Akron-based Center for Urologic Health to Join Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute

Eight Physicians will Join No. 2 Nationally Ranked Urology Program

As of April 1, 2017, Center for Urologic Health, based in Akron, will become part of Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, currently ranked No. 1 in Ohio and No. 2 in the nation in urology according to US News & World Report.

The following physicians are joining Cleveland Clinic: Dennis Bentley, M.D.; Todd Breaux, M.D.; Ray Bologna, M.D.; Brian Canterbury, M.D.; Gregory Danesis, M.D.; Michael Gangel, M.D.; Douglas Green, M.D. and John Wegryn, M.D. They will maintain five current practice locations and begin seeing patients at Medina Hospital in April. All patient information will remain with each practice and all current patient appointments will remain the same.

“We are honored to be joining Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute and excited about the opportunities this will provide our patients,” said Ray Bologna, M.D. “While our patients will continue to see the same familiar faces they have gotten to know so well, we are proud to be connected to the number two ranked urology program in the country. Their work encompasses a unique combination of challenging clinical cases and innovative treatment options.”

The five current practice locations include: Akron, Fairlawn, Green, Lodi and Stow. To schedule an appointment at any location, patients can call 330-535-5177 or 330-864-8008.


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