Urologic Treatment for Men and Women

Bedford Regional Urology

Serving Blair and Bedford County, PA

Bedford Regional Urology specializes in diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions and diseases affecting the genitourinary tract, including the bladder, kidneys, prostate, and urinary tract, as well as issues unique to the male reproductive system. Our physicians, physician assistants, and staff are highly trained and experienced to assist with your concern. We are currently welcoming new patients.

The Bedford Regional Urology Team

Our dedicated urologic team, led by Dr. Stephen J. Yanoshak, proudly serves patients throughout Blair and Bedford County, PA.

2 Locations to Serve You

Everett and Altoona, PA

Bedford Regional Urology provides quality urologic care at 3 convenient locations throughout Blair and Bedford County, PA. When you have a urologic concern that requires a specialist, we offer exceptional care close to home.

Innovative Technology. Lifesaving Care.

We apply innovative technology and lifesaving care to help patients throughout central Pennsylvania manage conditions ranging from infections and erectile dysfunction to renal cell carcinoma, bladder and prostate cancer. As leaders in the field of urology, Bedford Regional Urology utilizes a multidisciplinary approach. Our skilled urological care providers collaborate with your primary care physician, oncologist, and other specialists to develop and implement a personalized care plan tailored to meet your medical and lifestyle needs, as well as your personal preferences.

Featured Procedures Available at Bedford Urology

Bedford Regional Urology offers efficient solutions designed to improve patient quality of life, outcome, and satisfaction. From minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment with faster recovery and fewer risks to advanced implant options, we are dedicated to providing extraordinary urologic care.


Minimally Invasive Treatment for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

Bladder InterStim

Implantable Device for Effective Treatment of Overactive Bladder, Urinary Incontinence, Frequency, and Incomplete Bladder Emptying

Transperineal Prostate Biopsy

Biopsy procedure offering a lower risk of complications without sacrificing detection accuracy