Dr. Garcia-Roig graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida and received his Doctor of Medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia where he was awarded the Michael Grasso Prize in Urology. Dr. Garcia-Roig returned to Florida to complete his Surgical Internship and Urologic Residency at University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital where he was awarded the resident research award for publications related to renal cell cancer. Choosing to specialize further in pediatric urology because of the significant and lasting impact the specialty has on a child’s life, Dr. Garcia-Roig completed a fellowship at Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta where his research focused on vesicoureteral reflux and spina bifida related outcomes. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Urology, an active member of the American Urological Association, and is pediatric subspecialty certified by the American Board of Urology.
Dr. Garcia-Roig is married and has three children. When not caring for patients, he enjoys spending time with his family, cooking and hiking.
In addition to general pediatric urology, Dr. Garcia-Roig has special interest and expertise in:
- Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
- Congenital Abnormalities
- Kidney Stones
- Vesicoureteral reflux
Georgia Urology Sponsors Amplify Decatur Music Festival
July 13, 2016On 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 Read More »
Georgia Urology Pediatric Physicians Wrote Article for the American Urological Association News
July 13, 2016Georgia Urology’s Dr. Michael Garcia-Roig and Dr. Andrew Kirsch were invited to write an article about the national trends and variations in the management of vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) for the American Urological Association News (AUA). Read More »
Can a Child with UTIs have Reflux?
July 13, 2016By Dr. Michael Garcia-Roig Urinary tract infections (UTI) can occur in children, as well as adults. This happens when bacteria normally living in the bladder grows out of control and irritate the bladder’s lining, causing symptoms like painful Read More »
Your Child’s Risk of Testicular Torsion
July 13, 2016By Dr. Michael Garcia-Roig Sudden onset testicular pain can be a medical emergency. There are a number of things that can cause this, but one of the most concerning involves a sudden twisting of the testicle that cuts off blood flow to that Read More »
Georgia Urology champions fund for pediatric urology department at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
July 13, 2016Public has new opportunity to give back, support pediatric urology research The pediatric urologists with Georgia Urology are rallying together to support a fund benefitting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s (CHOA) Department of Pediatric Read More »