Pediatric Urology

Georgia Urology is one of the largest and most well-respected private practice urology groups in the country. Of its 50 specialty-trained physicians, 8 are fellowship-trained pediatric urologists with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of urological problems affecting boys, girls, and adolescents.

If you’re a pediatric urology healthcare provider, see the American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Urology’s Scheduling Guidelines for Telemedicine.

What Does Georgia Pediatric Urology Do?

Georgia Pediatric Urology manages all genitourinary problems that involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, penis, scrotum, and testicles in youth aged newborn to 18 years from all across Georgia and neighboring states.

Georgia Pediatric Urology is a proud member of the Children’s Care Network (TCCN), a physician-led, taxable nonprofit subsidiary corporation of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The TCCN — Georgia’s only clinically integrated pediatric network — provides independent pediatrics the resources they need to enhance the quality of care and an associated with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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The HAWK (Help Awaiting Wet Kids) clinic was specifically created by physicians at Georgia Pediatric Urology to attend to the special needs of children with wetting issues and other forms of abnormal urination or voiding dysfunction.

To ensure your child’s safety, please follow these guidelines for eating and drinking in the hours before their procedure

Pediatric Pre-Surgical Eating (NPO) Instructions [English]

Instrucciones de Alimentación Prequirúrgicas Pediátricas

Read about one of our pediatric patients who suffered from hydrophronesis and received successful treatment from Dr. Andrew Kirsch at Georgia Urology.

To make an appointment to see a pediatric urologist at Georgia Pediatric Urology, call 404-252-5206.