Drs. Sanford Siegel and David Sigman (pictured above) were among the many Chesapeake Urology physicians providing free prostate cancer screenings to men. Chesapeake Urology values supporting and giving back to the community. In 2016 the company provided free prostate cancer screenings to 753 Maryland men at 16 events with the generous volunteer work of 65 physicians and staff volunteering over 280 hours of time.
The Chesapeake Urology Free Screening program is the only program of its’ kind in the nation, bringing specialized physicians into the communities where people live to provide preventative care and information.
Screenings are held in partnership with local, African American, churches and organizations and our 2016 partners include: Messiah Church, Bethel AME Church, Kingdom Life Church, Zion Baptist Church, Wayland Baptist church, Church of the Redeemed of the Lord, Empowerment Temple, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and Ministries, Pi Omega Psi health fair, Kappa Psi Alpha, the Franciscan Center and 100 Black Men of Maryland.