Entries by Annice Wyatt

Dr. Lewis S. Kriteman Featured in Atlanta Magazine’s Health Innovations May 2020 Edition

Georgia Urology’s Lewis S. Kriteman M.D., F.A.C.S. was featured in Atlanta magazine’s Health Innovations section in their May 2020 edition. Dr. Kriteman practices general urology with a particular interest in male and female voiding dysfunction, and treatment of enlarged prostate (BPH) utilizing minimally invasive procedures such as Urolift and Rezūm. He specializes in all procedures of […]

Dr. Sharpe Presents the Benefits of the Pro-Nox Nitrous Delivery System

Many urology patients require office-based procedures that have significant anxiety and pain associated with them, due to the anatomical location of the procedure. Georgia Urology’s Dr. Brent A. Sharpe has identified the Pro-Nox Nitrous Oxide Delivery System as a potential solution for improving the in-office experience for not only urologic patients but for other surgical […]

Georgia Urology’s Dr. Andrew Kirsch Appeared as a Guest Presenter for Multiple Conferences Worldwide

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 Children’s Care Network (TCCN) On April 20, 2020, Georgia […]

Telemedicine FAQs During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Q. I have cancer and receive ongoing treatment at Georgia Urology. Will I still be able to get this? A. Yes. We want to ensure you get the care you need. Simply call your local Georgia Urology office to make an appointment. We are following social distancing guidelines, and your safety is our top priority. […]

Dr. Lewis S. Kriteman Leading Two Webinars on Aquablation

On April 16, 2020, and April 29, 2020, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Lewis S. Kriteman will be hosting a webinar for urologists on Aquablation. In the webinar, Dr. Kriteman will be discussing Aquablation and his experience with performing the procedure. Aquablation therapy uses an Aquabeam Robotic system for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) that […]

Dr. Kirsch Conducted a Webinar on Telemedicine in Pediatric Urology

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the fast-paced demand for telemedicine in the healthcare industry. As pediatric urology providers, it is important to understand this development in order to provide optimal care to patients, now and in the future. On April 1st, 2020, the Chief of Pediatric Urology for Georgia Urology, ​Dr. Andrew J. Kirsch, ​and […]