Covid-19 update

As a response to the current community situation with COVID-19, we are not allowing visitors to accompany patients for their appointments. ONLY patients may enter into the building for their appointment, with the exception of care givers and interpreters.

ALL patients must wear a mask that covers both their nose and mouth at all times.

We also are requesting if you are experiencing any of the symptoms below to please call us at (509) 249-3900 prior to your appointment.

Cough, fever, muscle pain, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell


Every person, every task, every decision, every effort will be maximized to provide the highest quality care.

Our Provider Raymond W. Merrell Has Retired

Thank you for providing amazing care for so many years

June is

Men’s Health Month



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About Us

The Physicians and staff of Yakima Urology Associates never forget there is a person associated with the services.

Our Services

All Physicians at Yakima Urology Associates are fully trained in Adult and Pediatric Urology.

da Vinci® System

We provide the only robotically assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy in Central Washington.

WHAT OUR patients are saying

“On top of having a great attitude, Dr Cox showed me he cared. I’m very pleased with the outcome!”

Everyone from the front desk, the person who brought me back, and Dr.  Uhlman were all wonderful, and couldn’t have been nicer!”

“YUA did such a good job taking care of me. And the front office staff was especially caring and sweet.”

Get in touch


(509) 249-3900 or (800) 572-8357


(509) 573-9539


Yakima Urology Associates

2500 Racquet Lane

Suite 100 Yakima, WA 98902

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