Dr. Rosenfeld completed his undergraduate degree at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he earned highest honors in Health Systems Engineering-all while on a gymnastics scholarship. He graduated from the Medical College of Georgia. He then completed both an internship and his residency at the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences. He also completed postgraduate work in laser surgery, robotic surgery, and laparoscopic surgery.
Dr. Rosenfeld’s areas of urologic expertise are robotic surgery, laparoscopic surgery,and urinary tract reconstruction procedures. Dr. Rosenfeld is a member of the Southeast Section of the American Urological Association.
Dr. Rosenfeld performs robotic surgery at the Northside Cherokee, Kennestone, and Northside Main Campus locations.
Dr. Rosenfeld is highly involved in the community. He has served as a Boys & Girls Club board member in Kinston, NC and worked with United Way Literacy Teaching in Kinston, NC. Other community involvement projects include Appalachian Children’s Emergency Shelter board member, Medical Executive Committee Piedmont Mountainside Hospital (2005 – 2013), medical missions to Bolivia and Peru with International Volunteers in Urology.
Dr. Rosenfeld is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their two children, Nora and Emily. His outside interests include watersports, woodworking, and house projects.
Dr. Rosenfeld and Physician Assistant Tansy Ridings appear on “The Weekly Check-Up” on WSB Radio
July 9, 2015On Sunday, September 8th, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Joel Rosenfeld and Physician Assistant, Tansy Ridings were featured on “The Weekly Check-Up Atlanta”. During the segment, Dr. Rosenfeld and Tansy Ridings discussed with host Dr. Bruce Feinberg the Read More »
Nineteen Georgia Urology physicians receive Top Doctors honors in Atlanta
July 9, 2015Drs. Allen, Banks, Capelouto, Carmen, Chen, Falconer, Futral, Goldstone,Haber, Kaplan, Kassabian, Kirsch, Levinson, Scherz, Shessel, Smith, and Zisholtz appear in Atlanta magazine’s July issue Nineteen physicians from Georgia Urology–the Read More »