Cincinnati Children’s is offering a live, online Q&A
During our event, Dr. Pramod P. Reddy, MD, and Debbie Reeves, BSN, RN, CPN, will provide an overview of urologic concerns with colorectal patients 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.
Debbie Reeves, BSN, RN, CPN is our program manager for the Urogenital Center in the Division of Pediatric Urology. She has 41 years of experience in the care of children with anorectal malformation and bladder dysfunction and has worked directly in the Division of Urology for 29 years, focusing on the care of children with complex chronic conditions of the urinary tract. Debbie has been involved with the Colorectal Center at CCHMC since its beginning and helped to found and perfect the collaborative care model we enjoy today between Urology, Colorectal and Gynecology. Debbie's expertise in the care of children with urinary tract dysfunction associated with colorectal conditions is recognized nationally and internationally. She is a graduate of the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing and the University of Cincinnati and is a Certified Pediatric Nurse.
To educate patient families on urological conditions in colorectal patients and allow them to get specific questions answered, in real time, by medical experts.