PROVIDENCE, R.I. (May 21, 2020) — Brown Urology is excited to announce it’s growing again. Effective May 18, the urologists, physician assistants, and staff of Urological Services of New England joined Brown Urology.

“USNE is a very busy, well-established, and highly regarded community urology practice in the West Warwick-Warwick area,” Matt Uustal, Executive Director of Brown Urology said. “The Brown Urology providers have had long-standing referral relationships with these physicians, which will only be strengthened by this affiliation.”

USNE’s seven urologists, two PAs, and more than 30 staff members are located in the main office in West Warwick and three other locations in Woonsocket, Johnston, and Cranston. They will continue to practice out of those current locations, as well as Kent, Women and Infants, and Landmark Hospitals.

“While USNE’s name will change to Brown Urology, patients can expect to receive the same quality care they’ve come to expect,” Uustal said.

This affiliation will allow Brown Urology, now the largest independent urology practice in New England and one of the top urology practices in the country, to provide patient care from South County and Newport to Woonsocket and Attleboro.

Physicians joining  Brown Urology:                                         PAs joining Brown Urology:                                                                            

 Dr. Angelo Cambio                                                                                 Dora Clark                               

 Dr. Joseph A. Cambio                                                                             Erin Machado

Dr. Joseph C. Cambio

Dr. Vincent Catallozzi

Dr. Atip Chatsudthipong

Dr. Dean Leocadio

Dr. Alex Lubin

About Brown Urology

Brown Urology strives to provide the finest patient care in the area of Urology, as defined by the optimal outcome for all its patients. All of the urologists at Brown Urology are faculty members at Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University. As part of its commitment to this division, the group is dedicated to supporting teaching within the residency program, medical school, and continuing medical education. Research is a necessary component of maintaining a high-quality urology academic program and as such is the third integral part of the mission of Brown Urology.