Prisma Health Department of Urology is a medical and surgical specialty that focuses on the urinary tracts of men and women as well as the reproductive systems of men. Surgeons at Prisma Health are using cutting-edge techniques and exploring the latest avenues for treating urologic problems and diseases of the urologic system, from prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction, to kidney stones.
We’ve got your covered in the Upstate for urologic care. Prisma Health Regional Urology offers five convenient locations in the Greenville and Greer areas, and Oconee Urology serves patients in the Seneca area.
Dr. Gabriel Evan Fiscus completed his medical training at the Medical College of Wisconsin, followed by a residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Fiscus is now seeing patients at Regional Urology.
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Dr. Elizabeth Dray completed her medical training at the University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, followed by a residency at Loyola University Medical Center. Dr. Dray is now seeing patients at Regional Urology.
Her special interests include neuro-urology, female urology and reconstructive urology.
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Dr. David Stanley completed his medical training at Louisiana State University, followed by a residency at University of Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Stanley is now seeing patients at Regional Urology.
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Dr. Larry Bowman, physician in Oconee County, discusses the importance of men having annual prostate screenings after age 50. After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, he had robotic surgery, performed by Dr. Patrick Springhart, a urologist with Prisma Health.
Click here to watch Dr. Bowman share his prostate cancer journey.
An outpatient procedure done under local anesthesia with no incisions, just a few needle marks. Talk to your urologist to find out if this treatment could be the right choice for you.
Click here to watch this video as William Flanagan, MD explains more about cryotherapy treatment for prostate cancer.