Urology Specialists in Albany, GA
Our urologists have years of experience providing patients with a range of care from erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostates, female incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and several more conditions. Our urology center has state-of-the-art technology to provide patients in Albany, Dawson, Sylvester and several surrounding cities the best urology care in the area. We use our expertise to guide our patients to best possible treatment.
Learn more about each doctors expertise and education below.
Michael D. Daugherty, D.O.
Dr. Michael D. Daugherty earned his undergraduate degree from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. He earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in Kansas City, Missouri in 1996. He served an internship at Suncoast Hospital, Nova Southeastern University in Largo, Florida.
Michael B. Monahan, D.O.
Dr. Michael B. Monahan was born and raised in Albany, GA. He attended Deerfield Windsor. He then earned his undergraduate from the University of Georgia and obtained a dual degree in microbiology and biology. He then earned his Doctorate at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Monahan completed a residency in general surgery at Botsford Hospital and was the co-chief resident in Urology.
Khaled Ajib, MD
Khaled Ajib, MD, is a urologist with Albany Urology Clinic. After completing a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the American University of Beirut, Dr. Ajib earned his medical degree from the University of Balamand. He completed his residency in urology at Saint George Hospital University Medical Center.
Dr. Governor H. Henderson III, DNP
Dr. Governor H. Henderson III, DNP earned an undergraduate degree from Fort Valley State University, where he majored in Biology with a minor in Chemistry in 2012. He subsequently earned his BSN from Valdosta State University in 2014, and a Master of Nursing from South University in Savannah, Georgia in 2018.
Rodney Siau, MSN
Mr. Rodney Siau earned his Associate Degree in Science Nursing in 1990 from Darton College, Albany, Georgia. In 1993, he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Science Nursing from Georgia Southwestern College, Americus. In June of 1998, he earned his Master of Science Nursing degree from Albany State University Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Community Health.
Steven Snipes, PA
Steven Snipes is the Physician Assistant for Albany Urology Clinic. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology when he graduated Cum Laude from Georgia Southern University. He continued his education at Emory University School of Medicine where he was an honors graduate and received his Masters in Medical Science and Physician Assistant license.
Katie Hockman, FNP
Katie Hockman is a Nurse Practitioner at Albany Urology Clinic & Surgery Center. She received her undergraduate nursing degree from Valdosta State University. She then went on to graduate school earning her degree in Family Nurse Practitioner at Walden University.
Kathy Cooper FNP-BC
Kathy Cooper FNP-BC is a Nurse Practitioner at Albany Urology Clinic and Surgery Center. She graduated from Darton College Nursing School, where she was awarded the “Outstanding Nurse Student” by her professors. She completed her undergraduate work at Thomas University.
What is Urology?
Urology is the surgical & medical specialty that addresses and treats problems of the urinary tract in men and women alike. Disorders of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra are treated in both men and women. These may include tumors, stones, infection, and urinary disorders. In men, disorders of the prostate, penis, testes, and scrotum are included as well, such as prostate cancer and benign prostate enlargement, prostate infection, testis cancer, erectile dysfunction, infertility, vasectomy, and vasectomy reversal. In women, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence are addressed as well. Complex urinary problems can develop in individuals with neurological disorders such as spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, and stroke.