Primary Care and Specialties

John S. Regan

John Regan, S., MD, FACS Urologist

101 West University Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820

217.366.1240

Now accepting new
patients
4.57

Education

Bachelor of Science from Indiana University, Bloomington

Medical School

Indiana University School of Medicine, Bloomington

Internship

Indiana University Medical Center, Bloomington, General Surgery

Residency

Indiana University Medical Center, Bloomington, Urology

Certification

American Board of Urology

Professional Organizations

American Urological Association, Champaign County Medical Society, Illinois State Medical Society, Illinois Urological Society, American College of Surgeons

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Department of Urology

In the Department of Urology, Dr. Regan treats diseases and malfunctions of the bladder, prostate, and kidneys in adults and children.

Hospital Affiliation

Carle Foundation Hospital, Presence Covenant Medical Center and Kirby Medical Center

Additional Locations
Champaign, IL

Christie Clinic on University

101 West University Avenue

Champaign, IL 61820

Main Phone: (217) 366-1200
Billing Services: (217) 366-1382
Toll Free: (888) 391-0412

Danville, IL

Christie Clinic in Danville on Logan

800 North Logan Avenue

Danville, IL 61832

OB/GYN: 217.431.8930 Phone

              217.431.1945 Fax

217.431.6330

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