This week the CDC made a change in their COVID Guidelines for people that have received the vaccination. This change applies only to those individuals who are fully-vaccinated and in their own homes.  The public precautions remain in place.  Therefore, to better protect our patients, physicians and staff we will not be making any changes to our protocols at this time.  We look forward to when we can safely resume normal activities, however, this is not the time.

20th, May 2020 Update

Beginning May 26th we are back to full capacity with both office and telemedicine visits being available.
Patients will still be screened and must wear a mask.

Patient Liaison

The Oregon Urology Institute is happy to introduce you to our new Patient Liaison, Gina! What is a patient liaison? The purpose of the patient liaison is to optimize and streamline cancer patients' care by coordinating treatments and helping individuals and families understand the information that they are being given. Patient liaisons seek to empower people with knowledge and understanding to be better able to cope with cancer. Click here for more information about the benefits of a patient liaison or to contact Gina.


Patient & Visitor Screening Process prior to entering building:

  • Confirm fever free by scanning with a thermometer. Temperature over 100.4 prevents entry to
    the building.
  • If you have any of the following upper respiratory symptoms and no fever, you may enter the building but must wear a mask:
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Runny nose
    • Sore throat

Everyone entering the building must sanitize hands.

Compliance with this policy required for building entry. Thank you for your cooperation.

If you have any questions or would like to reschedule your appointment, call 541-334-3320

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

Help to raise Bladder Cancer Awareness by learning more about it.

Local Man Outruns Cancer To Complete His 100th Marathon

Eugene, Oregon – Back in 1978, Richard Leutzinger (pronounced “Light-zinger”) ran his first marathon with no idea it would evolve into lifetime goal of running 100 marathons. Thirty-eight years, 99 marathons, a triple bypass, and a cancer diagnosis later, Richard plans to achieve his goal when he crosses the 2016 Eugene Marathon Finish Line on Sunday, May 1, 2016, at approximately 10:45 a.m. at historic Hayward Field with his relay team of supporters.

Since Richard’s prostate cancer diagnosis four years ago, he has run nine marathons. He was preparing for his 100th marathon in New Orleans this spring, but his condition worsened almost overnight in February. He thought completing his 100th marathon was out of the question – until last Tuesday.

Oregon Urology Institute’s Dr. Bryan Mehlhaff (pronounced “Mel-hoff”), who has been Richard’s physician since 2002, could not imagine Richard letting go of his lifetime goal. “His goal became my goal,” Dr. Mehlhaff said.

After bouncing the idea off of Richard last week, Dr. Mehlhaff sprung into action contacting the Eugene Marathon event organizers and creating a relay team comprised of Richard’s UO Noon Runner group. The support has been overwhelming. Richard will have an army cheering for him in the stands, wearing “Richard’s 100th” t-shirts as he crosses the finish line with Dr. Mehlhaff, Cathy Ward, Paul Slovick, J Bonzer, and likely his 38-year old daughter, Rosie Leutzinger, from Seattle.

“Even though this is a terminal disease, I’m so lucky to feel so good,” Richard said.

Come Celebrate Richard’s 100th Marathon Finish - Estimated Time 10:45 – 10:50 a.m.

Eugene Marathon Finish Line at Hayward Field

1580 E. 15th Ave.

Eugene, Oregon 97403

Visit for event details.

About Oregon Urology Institute

Oregon Urology Institute is the region’s largest, most advanced urological center in the Northwest. Oregon Urology Institute offers some of the region’s most respected experts covering every major urological specialty; the latest expertise and technologies; and a caring, people-oriented approach. Visit for more information. Oregon Urology Institute aspires to raise awareness about prostate cancer and screening through the annual Father’s Day Prost8K Run, Sunday, June 19, 2016. Please visit for event details.

Dr. Forsythe Guest Speaker

Dr. Kevin Forsythe will be our speaker at the Prostate Cancer Support Group on December 3, 2014! More info

Dr. David DiMarco's prostate cancer screening article

Read Dr. David DiMarco's article regarding the importance of prostate cancer screening beginning at the age of 40.

Click here for complete article

Prost8k 2012 Results

Here are the results for the 2012 Father's Day Prost8k. We had over 360 participants! Results