Edan Y. Shapiro, M.D.

Dr. Shapiro is a graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and completed his residency in urology at Columbia University Medical Center in New York. Originally from St. Louis, Dr. Shapiro, his wife, a clinical psychologist, and their three young children are excited to make Georgia their new home. He enjoys sports, especially running and cycling.

In addition to general urology, Dr. Shapiro has a special interest and expertise in:

  • Minimally invasive treatment of kidney stones
  • Urinary control problems
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Laparoscopic and robotic surgery.

Reviews

4.8/5
4.8 /5
87 Reviews

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5.0/5
Dr Shapiro was professional , knowledgable and very down to earth, made me feel comfortable and will be my doctor to visit for a long time
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5.0/5
Very satisfied with my provider. He explained my treatment very well &seemed very concerned with my problem.
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5.0/5
For this particular visit, the personnel was prompt and efficient, as well as courteous and friendly.
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4.0/5
The only problem I have with Ga. Urology is: It takes the nurse forever to schedule tests. When there is pain involved, scheduling the CAT or CT scan more than 24 hours later is unacceptable to me. When OPI has not received orders after that 24 hours the only person who helped me was Caroline in surgical scheduling. I believe I have the name and position correct. I was on pain medication. This is not the first time this has happened and I believe she helped me before. When I first went to Dr. Nicholson, his nurse would set the appointment up before I walked away. I do not understand why this is not completed at least by the end of the day at the latest. Is this your normal practice. I was told by one nurse that she was in clinic that first day and in surgery the second day and would get scheduled eventually. I was in severe pain with that stone. She seemed not to be concerned. I would like the criteria explained to me by someone. Dr. Shapiro is great but the nurses seem to drop the ba
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4.0/5
Was randomly handed a sample of medicine that should not be given to patients with high blood pressure 2 days later blood pressure at crisis levels
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5.0/5
exam.room 3 was very dusty under the exam.table and carb webs was hanging from the ceiling just one. Dr.Sirpiro was great asn.all question and was very concerned about my needs
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5.0/5
my name was spelt wrongly so my appointment could not be found had to rescheduled
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5.0/5
Good visit, no issues
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4.0/5
Satisfied with recommendations