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Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD

Urology* Age 39
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Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD

Urology* Age 39
Oklahoma City, OK
Accepting new patients
 

Overview

Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD works in Oklahoma City, OK as an Urologist.
They are board certified in Urology. They are affiliated with OU Health-University of Oklahoma Medical Center. They are accepting new patients. Dr. McIntosh practices at OU Health Physicians - Urology Clinic in Oklahoma City, OK.

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  • Choice Plus POS II
    Elect Choice (Open Access) EPO
    Managed Choice (Open Access) POS
    Open Choice PPO
    Premier Care Network Plus - Innovation Health
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  • BlueOptions PPO
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    Blue Lincs HMO
    Blue Preferred PPO
    BlueChoice PPO
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    Blue Essentials HMO
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    Blue Card High Performance Network HPN
    Blue Card PPO
  • Cigna PPO
    Open Access Plus
  • Standard Network PPO
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care) PPO
  • Choice Care Network PPO
    Choice Care PPO
    Choice POS
    National POS
  • Choice Plus POS
    Medica Choice
    Navigate HMO
    Navigate POS
    Nexus Open Access
    Options PPO

Locations

  1. 1 OU Health Physicians - Urology Clinic
    825 NE 10th St # 5F, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

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Urology
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  • Urology
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Hospital Affiliations

  • OU Health-University of Oklahoma Medical Center

Know Before You Go

Preventive care: what doctors want you to know

Preventive care can help identify current or future health and medical concerns before they become major.

  1. Hepatitis C Screening: Questions for the Doctor

    Everyone ages 18 to 79 needs to get tested for hepatitis C. (USPSTF)

  2. Protect Yourself from Seasonal Flu

    Get the flu vaccine every year to protect yourself and others from the flu. (ACIP)

  3. Talk with Your Doctor About Depression

    Talk with your doctor about how you are feeling if you have been sad, down, or hopeless. (USPSTF)

  4. Get Your Well-Woman Visit Every Year

    See a doctor or nurse for a checkup once a year. (HRSA)

  5. Watch for Warning Signs of Relationship Violence

    If you think your partner might be abusive, talk with your doctor about getting help. (USPSTF)

  6. Get Screened for Cervical Cancer

    Get a Pap test every 3 years. If you get a Pap test and an HPV test, you can get screened every 5 years instead. (USPSTF)

  7. Get Tested for HIV

    Get tested for HIV at least once. You may need to get tested more often depending on your risk. (USPSTF)

  8. Get Your Blood Pressure Checked

    Get your blood pressure checked regularly — at least every 5 years.  (USPSTF)

  9. Drink Alcohol Only in Moderation

    If you are concerned about your drinking, ask your doctor about screening and counseling. (USPSTF)

  10. Get Vaccines to Protect Your Health (Adults Ages 19 to 49 Years)

    Get important adult shots (vaccinations). (ACIP)

  11. Get Enough Folic Acid

    Learn why women your age need folic acid. (USPSTF)

  12. Quit Smoking

    If you smoke, ask your doctor about services to help you quit. (USPSTF)

  13. Talk with Your Doctor About Drug Misuse

    If you’re worried about your drug use, talk with a doctor about getting help. (USPSTF)