Dr. Jitesh Patel
Dr. Jitesh PatelUrologist / Surgeon / Diplomate, American Board of Urology / Chief Executive Officer / President
  • Medical School: Temple University School of Medicine.

  • Urology Residency: Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals

  • Diplomate, American Board of Urology

  • All Major Insurances Accepted

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EXPERTISE

ROBOTIC SURGERY
UROLOGIC ONCOLOGY
ENLARGED PROSTATE
OVERACTIVE BLADDER & INCONTINENCE
GENERAL UROLOGY

AWARDS

Vital Patient’s Choice Award  2018
Compassionate Doctor Award 2018
America’s Most Honored Professionals 2018
Atlanta Top Doc, Top 40 Under 40, and Best Urologist 2019
   

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Biography

Dr. Jitesh Patel is the President and CEO of Advanced Urology, the premier urology center in metro Atlanta. He is an expert in all aspects of urology, including stone disease, voiding dysfunction, interstitial cystitis, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and blood in the urine. He is a leader in his field and at the forefront of technology, committed to providing high-quality care and personable service to patients every day. As a testament to his hard work and dedication, Dr. Patel has received numerous prestigious awards and distinctions including Atlanta Top Doc, Top 40 Under 40, and Best Urologist.

Dr. Patel received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine. He completed a six year residency at Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals and received advanced training in stone disease, voiding dysfunction, and robotic surgery. He started Advanced Urology to provide outstanding care and service to patients in Gwinnett County and Greater Atlanta. Advanced Urology is now the leading urology center in Atlanta, performing more urological surgeries than any other regional facility.

Dr. Patel also serves as President and CEO of Advanced Urology Surgery Center, Advanced Urology Imaging Center, Men’s Health Georgia, and Atlanta Continence Center. These dedicated centers of excellence provide first-rate, state-of-the-art care for common urological problems.