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Georgia Urology Surgeon Treats Five Enlarged Prostate Patients in Single Day with Aquablation Procedure

Patients struggling with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as enlarged prostate, can find relief by trusting the experts at Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in the Southeast. On June 8 at Northside Hospital Forsyth, the practice marked its proficiency with the groundbreaking Aquablation robotic procedure as Dr. Brent Sharpe treated five BPH patients. […]

Georgia Urology Appoints Dan Fellner as Chief Executive Officer

Georgia Urology – the largest urology practice in the Southeast and the fifth largest of its kind in the country – announced Dan Fellner, formerly the company’s Director of Human Resources, as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He replaces longtime CEO Jason Shelnutt, who voluntarily steps down to retain on staff as Chief Financial […]

Don’t Let Social Distancing Keep You From Getting the Medical Care You Need

Until we have a vaccine for COVID-19, social distancing will be one of the best ways we have to prevent the spread of this dangerous virus. We urge you to keep practicing it, along with good hygiene and wearing a mask. But don’t put yourself at greater risk for other health problems by medical distancing, […]

Georgia Urology Staffer Works to Bring Warmth to Homeless Atlantans

Plunging temperatures mean cold nights for many of Atlanta’s homeless. Often it takes the warm hearts of others to help provide comfort for those less fortunate. Collecting and distributing blankets, coats, and other clothing for the needy is now a top priority for Food of Faith, a grassroots group of volunteers organized by Georgia Urology […]

Dr. Warren Oberle Featured on Atlanta Business Chronicle

Georgia Urology’s Dr. Warren Todd Oberle was recently published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle. In his article, Dr. Oberle tackles the latest updates on prostate cancer screening recommendations and offers his expert opinion to those questioning at what age should they receive one. To read the full article, click here.