Urologists in Albany, GA
Welcome to Albany Urology Clinic & Surgery Center
At Albany Urology, we’ve had the honor of taking care of patients with urologic needs for over 50 years. Our team of urologists follow a long history of physicians after the first office opening by Dr. Carl Hancock and Dr. James Hattaway in 1972. Today our team continues to serve patients in the Albany, Dougherty, and surrounding counties.
Located at 2400 Osler Ct. Albany, GA 31707 in the Meredyth Professional Plaza, our state-of-the-art Clinic and Surgery Center opened in 2013. Patients travel from Moultrie, Tifton, Cordele & Americus, GA to receive the best in urologic care at our clinic. We accept most major insurances, and most do not require a referral from your primary physician. Our physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners work closely to coordinate your care.
How Can We Help?
Request your appointment today with our board-certified health experts.
We accept a wide variety of insurances for your convenience.
Urology Surgery Center of Albany provides outpatient surgical treatment for a variety of urologic conditions.
What Our Patients Are Saying
I saw Dr. Monahan for a cancer in my kidney. He explained options for treatment and we decided to remove the kidney. I cannot describe how great the proccess was for me. I would recommend him to anyone!
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