Examine, diagnose and treat patient conditions and disorders of the genitourinary organs and tracts, kidneys, adrenal glands and bladder. Document and review patients' histories. Order, perform and interpret diagnostic tests. Use specialized equipment, such as X-rays, fluoroscopes and catheters. Perform abdominal, pelvic or retroperitoneal surgeries when necessary. Treat lower urinary tract dysfunctions. Prescribe and administer antibiotics, antiseptics or compresses to treat infections or injuries. Prescribe medications for patients with erectile dysfunction, infertility or ejaculation problems. Order and interpret the results of diagnostic tests, such as prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening, to detect prostate cancer. Prepare medical records, clinical reports and correspondence as required in support of services rendered in accordance with established procedures. Work continually to assure deliverance of quality clinical care in a safe, efficient, competent and effective manner. Attend and participate in patient care reports, patient care conferences, team conferences, professional staff conferences and other appropriate professional activities only to the extent that such attendance and participation is relative to his/her assigned cases and/or performance of services as determined by the supervisor.
Minimum requirements: Medical degree or foreign equivalent, plus completion of residency training program in Urology, Board eligible or Board certified in Urology, and ability to obtain Georgia medical license.