James Elmore, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dr. Elmore graduated from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as an undergrad and stayed there for medical school. He completed a six-year residency at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and completed a postgraduate fellowship in pediatric urology at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine.

Dr. Elmore’s areas of urologic expertise are pediatric laparoscopy and robotics, childhood renal stones, hypospadias, and vesicoureteral reflux.

Dr. Elmore is a member of the American Board of Urology (diplomate), American Urological Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, and Society for Pediatric Urology.

He has been published in numerous publications and is a frequent presenter at national and regional scientific meetings.

Dr. Elmore has lectured and instructed in robotics and laparoscopy in both the United States and abroad. He is the recipient of the prestigious American Foundation for Urologic Diseases (AFUD) Research Scholarship for his work on the molecular mechanisms responsible for hypospadias.

Dr. Elmore, a native of North Carolina, has admitting privileges at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Egleston and Scottish Rite Campuses), Southern Regional Medical Center, Northside Hospital, Atlanta Medical Center, and Grady Hospital. He has offices in the following Georgia pediatric urology locations: Meridian Mark Plaza, Fayetteville, and Stockbridge.

Read Pediatric Urologic Gynecology written by Dr. Elmore.

Read Varicocele in Adolescent written  by Dr. Elmore.

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Wish the rooms were cleaner, the sides of the bed was dirty the walls were dirty the floors dirty I just think the rooms can be more sanitized...
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5.0/5
Coming into the office me and my daughter were greeted with kindness. We were there about an hour and I was very fortunate to get my questions answered thoroughly. I also appreciate the concern for how comfortable my daughter was.
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I appreciate the time that Dr. Elmore spent with me and my 9-month-old daughter discussing her condition and his recommendations.
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We first met Dr Elmore when I was about 7 month’s pregnant with my baby boy. We were very nervous and not knowing what to expect with this “normal accumulation of fluids around baby’s kidneys.” He made us feel comfortable by simply explaining everything to us. He’s kind, friendly, and shows understanding behavior. He has very good bedside manners. Fast forward, baby is now 9 months old and doing great. We would definitely recommend Dr Elmore to anyone looking for a pediatric urologist. His assistant Valerie is also amazing!
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5.0/5
Felt very comfortable with Dr.Elmore. Being there for my 8 month old son was nerve racking. But he answered all my questions and helped me understand the problem and solution.
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4.0/5
Dr Elmore is a great pediatric urologist. He treated me and my son with great courtesy and respect; explained everything clearly and concisely. However, my son (14 yrs old) experienced anxiety during the visit & had to leave the office. I remained to talk to the dr. When I left the exam room I found my son sitting on the floor, in front of the reception desk, huddled over. He had been like that for the entire time I was in the exam room with the dr. No one came to notify me, no one offered to help my son. Dr Elmore immediately helped my son, getting him cold wash cloths and comforting him. I am very happy with Dr Elmore, but do not understand how the medical support staff could ignore a child in obvious distress.
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5.0/5
The staff and especially Dr. Elmore was very nice and professional.
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5.0/5
Great staff. We love Valerie and Dr Elmore. We wouldn’t go anywhere else.
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5.0/5
the staff is very understanding they really care for patients