Carlisle Urology has been providing Cumberland and surrounding counties with the highest quality of urologic care for over ten years. Dr. Andrew Dussinger and Molly Rexilius, CRNP are highly trained professionals who are committed to the diagnosis and treatment of urology related conditions. Both of our providers and staff strive to improve the health and wellness of our patients.
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Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 7 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday-Thursday, 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Please plan to arrive about one-half hour before your first appointment. This will allow us time to gather all of the preliminary information we will need.
Please bring the following items:
- New Patient Forms - to save time, please download and fill out the new patient forms; bring the completed forms to your first appointment.
- Insurance cards
- Driver’s license
- All medications you are currently taking
- Any reports or records your referring physician may have given to you
We suggest that you plan on at least two hours for your initial visit, although times do vary depending on individual needs.
Bring your insurance cards to all of your office visits. Failure to do so or insurances that cannot be verified at the time of service may result in your appointment being rescheduled. Please note, prior to the visit it is the patient’s responsibility to check with their insurance company to verify that Carlisle Urology is participating with their health plan, make sure they have the proper referrals/authorizations and verify that the insurance is active.
We currently participate with most major insurances.
To schedule an appointment, please call (717) 243-9021. Our regular office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
If you have an emergency, call this same number at any time. The answering service will contact the physician on call immediately.
Please call during regular office hours. We will need to know the name and telephone number of your pharmacy, as well as the name and dosage of your prescription.
Dr. Andrew M. Dussinger and Molly Rexilius, CRNP, are on staff at Carlisle Regional Medical Center. Our patients have access to the best available treatments.
Carlisle Urology providers use the latest techniques, including minimally invasive treatments whenever possible.
- Specializes in the treatment of prostate cancer and the minimally invasive treatments
- FDA-approved Interstim treatment for bladder control
- Female stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
Offers up-to-date treatment for all general adult urological conditions including the following:
- Bladder cancer
- BPH (enlarged prostate)
- Erectile dysfunction/impotence
- Hematuria (blood in urine)
- Interstitial Cystitis
- Interstim treatment
- Kidney cancer
- Kidney stones
- Male infertility
- Peyronies Disease
- Prostate Cancer
- Overactive bladder
- Testicular cancer
- Testosterone Deficiency
- Undescended Testicle
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary tract infection
- Partial & Radical Nephrectomy
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair
- Prostate Needle Biopsy
- Prostatectomy via the Davinci Surgical System
- Shock Wave Lithotripsy
Q. What is Urology?
A. Urology is a surgical specialty that deals with diseases of the urinary tract in males and females as well as disorders of the male reproductive system.
Q. What are some of the more common conditions urologists treat?
- Prostate diseases (both benign and malignant)
- Adrenal Cancer
- Bladder Cancer
- Kidney cancer-including kidney stones
- Erectile dysfunction (impotence)
- Incontinence- loss of bladder control
- Prostate Cancer
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia
- Testicular Cancer
- Testosterone Deficiency
- Urinary Incontinence UTI
- Vasectomy Reversal
- Peyronie's Disease
- Interstitial Cystis
- Urethral /Penile Cancer
To see a full list of conditions and services click on the services tab.
Q. What are the current screening guidelines for prostate cancer?
A. The American Cancer Society recommends annual screening consisting of a digital rectal exam and a PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) blood test for all men over the age of 50. Men with family history of prostate cancer should undergo yearly screening beginning at the age of 40-45.
Q. What is Hematuria?
A. Hematuria is the presence of blood, specifically red blood cells, in the urine. Whether the blood is visible only under a microscope or visible to the naked eye, Hematuria is a sign that something is causing bleeding in the genitourinary tract: the kidneys, the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder, the prostate gland, the bladder, or the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. There are two types of Hematuria, microscopic and gross (or macroscopic).