“I strive to provide compassionate care which begins by listening to my patients, learning about their urologic needs and treatment goals, and arriving at a care plan together. I aim to integrate my expertise, patient values, and best available clinical evidence to achieve optimal clinical outcomes and quality of life.”
Dr. Hagedorn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Urology. In addition to general urology, she is an expert in reconstructive and trauma urology.
Dr. Hagedorn earned her bachelor’s degree from Rice University, went on to complete a master’s degree at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and received her medical degree from Stanford School of Medicine. She remained at Stanford for her urology residency training. She first came to the UW for a fellowship in genitourinary reconstructive surgery under the mentorship of Dr. Hunter Wessells and Dr. Bryan Voelzke.
Dr. Hagedorn’s clinical expertise and interest include male genitourinary reconstruction, management of urologic injury, male urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.