Free Community Prostate Cancer Screenings
Since 2007, Chesapeake Urology’s partnership with African American churches has provided more than 8,000 free prostate cancer screenings to those in need throughout the greater Baltimore region. These screenings promote preventive care, create awareness in under-served populations and bring physicians into the communities.
All screenings include a PSA test and DRE exam along with educational information about risk factors and treatments of this deadly disease.
Due to COVID-19, in-person screenings have been temporarily suspended. Please check back for updates on future prostate cancer screenings.
Prostate Cancer Support
Chesapeake Urology hosts a FREE support group forum for men to meet, share, and learn about their experiences with prostate cancer. Held quarterly, the support group meetings include a question and answer session, speakers on various topics relating to the prostate cancer journey and time to share individual experiences.
This support group is facilitated by our Chesapeake Urology Recovery Coach, Phil Shulka, who is also a prostate cancer survivor. Wives and significant others are welcome to attend.
For information on upcoming support group meetings, please contact Phil Shulka at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-854-1200.
Bladder Cancer Support
New in 2019, Chesapeake Urology will host a FREE support group forum for bladder cancer patients and survivors to learn about, meet, and share their experiences with bladder cancer.
The support group meeting will include a question and answer session, speakers on various topics relating to the bladder cancer journey, and time to share individual experiences. Facilitated by Chesapeake Urology patients and survivors, significant others are welcome to attend.
The Walk to End Bladder Cancer
Chesapeake Urology treats over 8,000 bladder cancer patients per year and began supporting the BCAN Walk to End Bladder Cancer in support of our patients and their families.
BCAN, a non-profit organization, hosts walks in 29 states. The Maryland walk supports patients and survivors, increases awareness of a largely ignored cancer, and raises funds for a cure. We are proud to support this great cause. For more information visit www.bcan.org.