Welcome to the Section of Urology in the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.

 

In addition to traditional medical and surgical therapies, the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University offers leading-edge technology by fellowship-trained surgeons such as laparoscopic nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy, robotic prostatectomy, nerve-sparing prostatectomy, shock-wave therapy for kidney stones, laser treatment of stones or urinary tract tumors, advanced urinary tract reconstruction for both children and adults, continent diversion or orthotopic bladder replacement, and many others.

The Section of Urology encompasses the urology divisions at the GRMC, Children's Hospital of Georgia, and the Augusta Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

In addition to excellent patient care, the Section of Urology has strong clinical and basic science research programs in prostate cancer and andrology.

About UROLOGY

The Augusta University Medical Center's Section of Urology provides the highest quality patient care in urologic oncology (cancer of the prostate, bladder, kidney, ureter, testis, or penis), pediatric urology, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, female urology, renal transplantation (urological aspects), male infertility, incontinence, neuro-urology, and general adult urology (prostate enlargement or BPH, prostatitis, urinary tract infections, urinary obstruction, urinary discomfort, scrotal problems).

 

Contact Us

Urology

Health Sciences Campus

Medical Office Building

Adult Appt./Referrals
706-721-7000

706-721-1459

Contact Us

Urology

Health Sciences Campus

Medical Office Building

Ped. Appt/ Referrals
706-721-3042
Susan Walker: 706-721-0982
Ped. Urology
Office Specialist

706-721-0469

Contact Us

Urology

Health Sciences Campus

Medical Office Building

Appt./ Referrals
706-721-3042

cancer@augusta.edu

706-721-0469

Kim Maddox Urology Residency Coord.


Eva McCord  Admin. Assist

 

 

Research Opportunities

Research Opportunities for MCG Urology Residents

Pediatric Urology Program and Tour of CHOG

Applicants to the 2021 Urology Match do not have the luxury of touring our facilities or exploring our community due to COVID-19 concerns. This segment features our Pediatric Urology program and a tour of the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. MCG Urology Residents spend 4 months during the PGY-2 year and another 4 months during the PGY-3 year at this site.

Jennie: First Pediatric Robotic Surgery at MCG

Just four tiny incisions: First robotic surgery on pediatric patient performed at Augusta University Health.

 

Contact & Urology News

photo of Martha K. Terris, MD, F.A.C.S.

Martha K. Terris, MD, F.A.C.S.

Witherington Distinguished Professor and Chair in Urology Chief of Urology

Urology Passages

Updates from MCG Urology at Augusta University.