The Urology Group

On-site Medication Dispensary


Convenience, Privacy and Low Cost

Did you know The Urology Group’s medication dispensary offers patients convenience and, in some cases, lower cost for certain prescriptions? This on-site service is available at both our Norwood, Ohio, and Crestview Hills, Kentucky, locations. 

This service allows patients to immediately fill a prescription and avoid an extra trip to their neighborhood pharmacy. We provide patients with education in a private setting about urology-specific medications.

In some cases, our staff can help patients with paperwork to get financial assistance for out-of-pocket expenses.

Only prescriptions written by a physician from The Urology Group can be filled. For many medications, after initial in-person pickup, patients can receive subsequent refills by mail.


Medications dispensed

While not all medications are offered, the dispensary currently offers the following:

  • Prostate cancer drugs like XTANDI® and ZYTIGA®
  • BPH medications like Tamsulosin and Finasteride
  • ​Antibiotics like Cipro
  • Low-testosterone drugs like Clomiphene
  • A generic erectile dysfunction drug called Sildenafil, which can be filled at a highly competitive rate of just $1 per pill

Hours of operation

Norwood: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. New prescriptions are not filled after noon on Wednesdays but filled prescriptions can still be picked up until 4:30 p.m.

Northern Kentucky:  A pharmacy tech is periodically available at our Crestview Hills location, Monday thru Friday during normal office hours. Be sure to call the office before making a trip to ensure someone is available to help you. (859) 363-2200.

After-hours:  Patients can leave a voicemail for a refill. We will call you when prescriptions are ready so be sure to wait for the call before making a trip to the office. 


Patient Help Center


  • The Urology Group named a Center of Excellence by NAFC
    February 13, 2019
    The Urology Group was recently designated a Center of Excellence by the National Association for Continence. The COE designation is based on evidence of training, clinical experience, resources and patient satisfaction statistics that meet established standards. These rigorous standards ensure that each center that is designated a COE is truly exceptional at providing care for patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and incontinence. MORE...