Cincinnati Children’s is offering a live, online Q&A
During our event, Dr. Pramod P. Reddy, MD, Donna Claes, MD, and Nicole Click, RN, will provide an overview of posterior urethral valves and answer questions in real-time.
The pediatric urology team at Cincinnati Children’s provides comprehensive, high-quality care for children who have conditions of the urological tract. Our experienced, highly trained physicians and nurse practitioners treat everything from bedwetting to kidney stones to birth defects that require reconstructive surgery. Appointments are available at our Burnet Campus, and throughout the community at several neighborhood locations.
Dr. Reddy is Director, Division of Pediatric Urology, and is a pediatric and fetal urologist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the Cincinnati Fetal Center. He obtained his medical degree at Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India, and went to complete his residency at Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY. Additionally, he was a fellow at The Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada. Dr. Reddy’s special interests include kidney stones, ESWL, genitourinary surgery, and clinical trials.
Upon finishing her pediatric and nephrology training at Cincinnati Children's, Dr. Claes is now a faculty member with a focus to improve the quality of care delivered to pediatric chronic kidney disease patients using quality improvement science methods to define and track relevant clinical outcomes.
Nicole is our Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV) Center coordinator. Nicole has been with Cincinnati Children's since 2013. She brings 10 years of experiene including from NICU, ambulatory and Home Health backgrounds. At the center she practices in a role of care coordination for a unique population of patients. Nicole has has the pleasure of working with very specialized and talented surgeons and colleagues from whom she has learned a tremendous amount. She is a graduate of Center Ohio Technical College from Chamberlain College of Nursing from her BSN. She holds a Certification in Pediatric Nursing.
To educate patient families on urological conditions, and allow them to get specific questions answered, in real time, by medical experts.