Urology in Atlanta
Georgia Urology is the largest urology practice in Atlanta and the Southeast. Our board certified urologists provide the finest urologic care available and strive for the best outcomes for all of our patients. Comprised of 43 of Atlanta’s top urologists, including many who are fellowship trained and have advanced specialty training in oncology, laparoscopy, infertility, incontinence and pediatrics, Georgia Urology provides convenient care in 29 offices and ambulatory surgery centers throughout the Atlanta metro area. Our experienced urologists use state of the art diagnostic equipment and advanced treatment techniques including robot assisted technology and many other laparoscopic and minimally invasive procedures to manage all urological problems in men, women and children.
Georgia Urology is also a leader in vasectomy and vasectomy reversal procedures. We understand the sensitive and challenging personal decisions which sexuality and fertility issues present for individuals and couples. Our skilled urologists are experts in male sexual and reproductive health. If you’re considering a vasectomy or vasectomy reversal, click the links for more information.
News & Events
Georgia Urology Physician Dr. Andrew Kirsch selected as speaker for 2017 American Urological Association Annual Meeting
April 25, 2017On May 14th, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Andrew Kirsch will be participating in the 2017 American Urological Association (AUA) Annual Read More »
City of Alpharetta presents Georgia Urology with 2016 Business of Excellence Award
April 19, 2017On March 30th 2017, the City of Alpharetta presented Georgia Urology with the 2016 Business of Excellence Award during their 5th Read More »
Dr. Brent A. Sharpe joins Georgia Urology on May 1, 2017
April 4, 2017Dr. Sharpe has been practicing in the Gainesville area for the past 4 years where he delivers personalized care with a strong emphasis Read More »
Former NFL Player Thankful For Dr. Mellis And Georgia Urology Team
March 29, 2017What started as an MRI to examine an aneurysm ended with the discovery and removal of a cancerous mass on a kidney. David Read More »