A native of Guntersville, Alabama, Dr. Rutland completed his undergraduate degree at Auburn University and received his medical degree in 2001 from University of Alabama School of Medicine. He completed his internship in surgery and residency in urology at Emory University Hospitals where he was Chief Resident in Urology from 2005-2006.
Dr. Rutland practices general urology with a particular interest in the treatment of stone disease, enlarged prostate (BPH), and urological cancers. He specializes in laparoscopic kidney surgery. Dr. Rutland is a member of the American College of Surgeons and the American Urological Association.
How to Manage Testosterone Deficiency
July 8, 2015By Dr. Harry Rutland, M.D., F.A.C.S. Discussion and treatment of testosterone deficiency have become more common in our daily practice. There is more public awareness of “low T” and testosterone levels are more checked now than ever before. Read More »
City of Alpharetta presents Georgia Urology with 2016 Business of Excellence Award
July 8, 2015On March 30th 2017, the City of Alpharetta presented Georgia Urology with the 2016 Business of Excellence Award during their 5th Annual Business Awards Recognition Breakfast. This event is designed to celebrate the companies that go above and beyond Read More »
Georgia Urology’s Cumming Offices Combine and Move to a New Location
July 8, 2015As of August 1, 2014, our Cumming and Cumming North offices have combined and moved to 1800 Northside Forsyth Drive in Cumming. David M. Banks, MD, FACS, Lewis S. Kriteman, MD, FACS, Mark A. Haber, MD, FACS, Harry Rutland, MD, FACS, and Jerry Yuan, Read More »
David Banks, M.D., Lewis Kriteman, M.D. and Harry Rutland, M.D. have joined Georgia Urology!
July 8, 2015Georgia Urology is pleased to announce that Dr. David Banks, Dr. Lewis Kriteman, Dr. Harry M. Rutland, Thomas R. Humphrey, P.A. and Cary Kermicle PA-C have joined our Read More »