Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in the Southeast, strives to deliver the highest possible quality of care to its patients by enlisting best-in-class physicians. The tradition continues with Dr. Daniel Canter, a board-certified, fellowship-trained urologist who will be serving Decatur and Sandy Springs beginning in December. With the addition of Dr. Canter, Georgia Urology […]
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On Sunday, June 16th, join the Atlanta Braves and Northside Hospital as they celebrate those who have courageously battled prostate cancer. The funds raised will support research and education in honor of the Atlanta Braves Prostate Cancer Awareness Day. A pregame brunch will be held in the Terrace Garden before the Atlanta Braves play the […]
Georgia Urology is full of incredible, hard-working, and dedicated staff members and physicians. That’s why we’re taking the time to highlight the men and women who provide our patients with such positive experiences. We’re highlighting Certified Medical Assistant and Surgery Coordinator, Surmouri V. Sullivant, who has been with Georgia Urology for 20 years. Why did […]
Georgia Urology’s Dr. Froylan Gonzalez appeared on The Weekly Check-Up on News/Talk WSB Radio on Sunday, May, 12th. Throughout his segment, Dr. Gonzalez spoke on his expertise in a wide range of men’s health conditions that include erectile dysfunction, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, and kidney cancer. Dr. Gonzalez also took questions from […]
On April 24th at the Atlanta Police Headquarters downtown, the expert staff of Georgia Urology joined the 5th Annual Police Health & Wellness Fair. An array of health and wellness booths provided a variety of information and health screenings free of charge to City of Atlanta police officers, firefighters, and safety professionals. This included PSA screenings courtesy of […]
Georgia Urology is full of incredible, hard-working, and dedicated employees. We’re excited to highlight these wonderful medical professionals who serve our patients every day through monthly Staff Spotlights! This month, we’re highlighting Georgia Urology Medical Assistant and Clinical Lead, Ericka Johnson, who has been with us for more than eight years. Why did you choose […]
On Saturday, April 13th, several Georgia Urology physicians and staff members enjoyed The Amplify Decatur Festival. A series of incredible concerts that takes place at downtown Decatur during the course of one, artists such as Jeff Tweedy, Mavis Staples, Julien Backer, Kevn Kinney, and The Bitteroots made it a fantastic day. Dr. Michael Garcia-Roig, Dr. […]
Georgia Urology’s Dr. Barry Zisholtz recently contributed to a medical case study that examined the relevance of petit’s triangle, an anatomical landmark that is not typically significant in clinical practices. This article detailed a rare case of a hydronephrotic kidney that was herniated through the Petit’s triangle of a morbidly obesed woman. This is the […]
Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in Atlanta and throughout the Southeast, today announced that they will be surpassing the treatment of more than 1,500 patients with the UroLift® System, a proven, minimally invasive technology to treat men suffering from symptoms associated with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH. Most recently, Dr. Carl Capelouto reached his […]
Georgia Urology’s own Dr. Jeffrey Proctor presents an overview of interstitial cystitis (IC), including symptoms, treatments, at the Interstitial Cystitis Association’s (ICA) patient forum titled “IC from A to Z”, held in Atlanta, GA, on August 23, 2009. The ICA is a non-profit health association that is committed to enhancing the quality of healthcare and lives of people […]
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