As healthcare continues to improve and men are living longer, quality of life is becoming an integral part of the practice of medicine.

The 5th annual Dr. Wadie Najm UCI Men’s Health Day 2020 will include a golf tournament at the Newport Beach Country Club. Please join us for this event hosted by UCI Urology Chairman, Dr. Jaime Landman along with other esteemed UCI faculty, for a lively afternoon of golf followed by an educational dinner on the Oasis Lawn. Proceeds to benefit the UCI Comprehensive Men’s Health Initiative, so even if you are not a golfer, please join us for dinner in support of this transformational effort.

The UCI Men’s Health Hub, which will be a signature component of the initiative, will be a place of comfort that offers a one stop shop for comprehensive personalized and preventative care for prostate and other men’s health related conditions. Our goal is to impact millions of individuals across Orange County and beyond, with opportunities to improve and maintain their quality of life to live “longer and stronger.”

Together, we can make a difference redefining men’s health care by:

  • Promoting early detection and accurate diagnosis
  • Inspiring good dietary decision making
  • Educating patients on personalized options and outcomes
  • Creating a supportive coping environment
  • Providing easy access to other medical experts
Advancing Men’s Health
About the Program
Thank you for your interest in supporting Men’s Health within the Department of Urology. The Men’s Health Program is led by Dr. Faysal Yafi, Assistant Professor of Urology, Chief of Andrology and Director of Men’s Health. Our Men’s Health Program is the only dedicated initiative of its kind in Orange County, striving to help men live “longer and stronger.” Men’s Health means exploring cutting-edge advances and therapies in low testosterone, male infertility, testicular pain, erectile dysfunction, and more. Click here to learn more about current major areas of research within Men’s Health.
How can I help?
  • Join the Men’s Health Vitality Circle
  • Help fund Men’s Health by making a gift
  • Participate inGiving Day—Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Current major research areas:
  • Management of Peyronie’s Disease
  • Diet and Men’s Sexual Health
  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy
  • Prosthetic Surgery for Erectile Dysfunction
  • The Gut Microbiome and Men’s Health
Ongoing research areas:
  • New Paradigms in Urologic Cancer Treatment
  • Urethral Stricture Disease
  • Kidney Stone Disease
  • Prostate Cancer Prevention and Detection