Awards and distinctions that make the Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute a Center of Excellence.
Faculty – 68
Number of annual referrals – 1,000
Number of annual publications – 75 prostate cancer-related publications
Number of residents – 24
Amount of NIH funding – $9 million annually for research
Number of men treated annually for prostate cancer – 1,000
about 300 with brachytherapy
more than 100 with radiation therapy
more than 700 with radical prostatectomy
Number of men treated with brachytherapy since it became protocol in 1996 – 2,000
Number of men who attended the Minority Men’s Health Center’s annual Minority Men’s Health Fair in 2008 – 2,000
First center to use short course intensity modulated radiotherapy and now has the world’s most experience in this treatment modality.
Among the first to offer advanced local anesthesia techniques for prostate biopsy.
Pioneered the development of clinical pathways to shorten hospital length of stay after radical prostatectomy in the mid-1990s.