Dr. Kirsch is the Chief of Pediatric Urology for Georgia Urology and specializes in pediatric urology and especially has an interest in urinary tract reconstruction for patients experiencing complex urinary tract disorders, including Spina Bifida, Bladder Exstrophy, Disorders of Sexual Differentiation, and Prune Belly Syndrome.
The Saudi Pediatric Urology Group
On May 15, 2020, Dr. Andrew J. Kirsch appeared as a panelist speaker at the Saudi Pediatric Urology Group online webinar and case discussion, “Management in High-Grade VUR in Asymptomatic Children.”
The online webinar was open to all pediatric urologists.
American Urological Association
On April 23, 2020, Dr. Andrew Kirsh gave a lecture on the EMPIRE lecture series, “Vesicoureteral Reflux: Changing management, novel grading, and minimally invasive treatment.”
In the presentation, Dr. Kirsch reveals his experience with vesicoureteral reflux and focuses on it’s changing management over the years.
Brazilian School of Pediatric Urology
Dr. Kirsch will be participating, alongside many pediatric urologists from around the world, in the first international virtual meeting in pediatric urology with The Brazilian School of Pediatric Urology (BSPU) on June 13, 2020.
During the meeting, Dr. Kirsch will be giving a talk on “Tips and Tricks in Endoscopic Injection for VUR.”
Earlier in the year, as telemedicine began to rapidly emerge as a major player for a safe and convenient alternative in healthcare appointments around the world, Dr. Kirsch gave a lecture on April 22, 2020, to 300 pediatric urologists at BSPU, sponsored by the Federal University of Bahia.
The Children’s Care Network (TCCN)
On April 20, 2020, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Andrew J. Kirsch appeared as a panelist for a town hall meeting for over 100 of The Children’s Care Network (TCCN) pediatric urologists.
In his presentation, “Telemedicine for Specialist: Management During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond”, Dr. Kirsch discussed Georgia Urology’s telemedicine program, the marketing initiatives used to promote and strengthen the program, patient scheduling guidelines, and Georgia Urology’s goals for telemedicine in the future.
Dr. Kirsch has taken a very active role in the development and success of Georgia Urology’s telemedicine program during the coronavirus pandemic. Check out a webinar he conducted with Rob Boschen, the Chief Information Officer at Georgia Urology, for pediatric urologists, “American Academy of Pediatrics Telemedicine Guidelines in Pediatric Urology: An Urgent Call” and his co-written article, “Telemedicine in Urology: Management During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond” with Rob Boschen and Georgia Urology’s Dr. Hal Scherz. He has shared the success of Georgia Urology’s telemedicine program both nationally and internationally.
Telemedicine is open for new and existing adult and pediatric patients. To make an appointment, click here or simply call your local Georgia Urology office (adult patients) or 404-252-5206 (pediatric patients)