Dr. Lauren Byrne, MD

Diplomate, American Board of Urology
Leading Chandler, Gilbert and Phoenix Urologist providing Comprehensive Men’s and Women’s Urologic Care

Dr. Byrne practices in Chandler, Gilbert and Phoenix Arizona.  She is skilled in all aspects of male urology and female urology, and maintains a particular focus on treating male and female cancer patients, as well as treating women’s urologic issues. Dr. Byrne’s training, family background with cancer and medical illnesses, and experience with challenges resulting from pregnancy allow her to treat patients with empathy and respect for their concerns. She enjoys establishing a connection with patients while ensuring they understand their diagnosis, as patient knowledge is critical to the informed decision making process that surrounds how Dr. Byrne cares for patients.

On a personal level, Dr. Byrne enjoys being active with her family. Prior to having her three young children, Dr. Byrne trained for and competed in a number of races ranging from 5k’s and triathlons to qualifying for and completing the Boston Marathon. She looks forward to resuming training as her children are more independent.

  • Certified by the American Board of Urology
  • Dr. Byrne has practiced in Phoenix since 2012
  • A 2001 graduate of Cornell College (Mt. Vernon, IA)
  • Graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver, CO) in 2006
  • Completed her Urology Residency in 2012 at Case Western Reserve University Hospitals (Cleveland, OH), where she served as chief resident from 2011-­2012
  • In addition, Dr. Byrne is trained and certified to perform robotic surgery

Men’s and Women’s Urologic Conditions Treated: 

  • Cancer (prostate, renal, bladder, penile and testicular)
  • Stone disease
  • Urinary tract reconstruction (kidney)
  • Benign prostate hyperplasia
  • Vasectomy
  • Neurogenic bladder disorders

Women’s Urologic Conditions Treated:

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Vaginal mesh complications
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections