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WellStar Welcomes Urology Associates to Medical Group

The local WellStar Medical Group, Urology will be located at 148 Bill Carruth Pkwy., Suite 340, Hiram.

Urology Associates has recently joined WellStar Medical Group (WMG). The practice will be known as WellStar Medical Group, Urology, and will remain in their current office locations at:

·         55 Whitcher St., Suite 250, Marietta, Ga., 30060

·         1700 Hospital South Dr., Suite 404, Austell, Ga., 30106

·         6002 Professional Pkwy., Suite 280, Douglasville, Ga., 30134

·         148 Bill Carruth Pkwy., Suite 340, Hiram, Ga., 30141

·         WellStar Urology Procedure Center 300 Tower Rd., Suite 150, Marietta, Ga., 30060

“WellStar is focused on bringing innovative service to its patients,” said Robert Jansen, M.D., executive vice president, WellStar Medical Group president and chief administrative medical officer.  “Urology Associates has built a stellar practice and will continue to provide remarkable care to patients as a part of the WellStar Medical Group.”

The newly named WellStar Medical Group, Urology includes Drs. Chun, Dusseault, Emerson, Evans-Theiss, Kouzova, McCowan, Mygatt, Roper, Schmidt, Symbas, Townsend, Watson and their team. The group will continue to provide a full range of diagnostic tests and procedures including cystoscopy, semen analysis, TRUS/prostate biopsy, circumcision, lithotripsy, vasectomy and vasectomy reversal.

“Urology Associates is proud to be a part of the WellStar Medical Group,” said Ronald Roper, M.D.  “By joining forces with the leading health system in north Georgia, we will be able to provide world-class care to our patients and stay on top of the latest technological advances.”

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