Appointments and Referrals
Call us at 401-793-4636 (4MEN)
Monday to Friday
The Men's Health Center
Men's Health Center at The Miriam Hospital
The Men's Health Center at the Miriam Hospital is the first of its kind specialty center in the state for male sexual health and andrology. The center provides a level of expertise that is unmatched in the region. Our comprehensive care model manages patients' health care from initial visit and diagnosis through treatment and therapies. We treat common men's health conditions while ensuring excellent, personalized care for each patient.
We are dedicated to helping you restore your normal level of sexual functioning in a comfortable, educational and confidential environment. Our purpose is to offer a multidisciplinary approach that included medical, psychological and physical care for sexual dysfunction, and to utilize current research in the field to improve the overall health of our patients. Our staff includes family practitioners, internal medicine specialists, urologists, psychologists and physical therapists. We collaborate with your primary care physician and help guide you and your loved one to healthier ways of living.
We provide specialized care for men who have issues with sexual performance including:
- Delayed or absent ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Erectile dysfunction after prostate surgery
- Gender dysphoria
- Klinefelter syndrome
- Low sexual desire
- Low testosterone (Low T)
- Peyronie’s disease
- Premature ejaculation
Our staff includes family practice, internal medicine, urology, psychology and physical therapy. We collaborate with your primary care physician and help guide you and your loved one to healthier ways of living. For more information, call us at 401-793-4636 (401-793-4MEN).
Research and Clinical Trials for Men's Health
Several clinical trials are currently open. Search trials now »
Walk with a Doc
Please join us for Walk with a Doc, a national program whose Providence chapter is sponsored by The Miriam Hospital. Walking is an effective and low-impact exercise perfect for patients with orthopedic ailments or heart conditions.
While you walk at your own pace, you will have the opportunity to have questions answered by Mark R. Paulos, MD, a physician in the Men's Health Center. Start your weekend off right; put on a pair of comfortable shoes and walk with friends, a partner, or by yourself. This program is open to the community and all are encouraged to participate.