Regional Urology

We are prepared to care for you

If you are a patient with an appointment, our office will call you and together we will determine how best to conduct your appointment – in-person, over the phone, by video or rescheduled for a later date.

If you are a patient without an appointment and need care, or if you’re not a patient and need care – please call the office and together we will determine the best course of treatment for you.

Sensitive areas need special care

Regional Urology is a medical and surgical specialty practice that treats conditions affecting the urinary tracts of men and women, and the reproductive systems of men. Our surgeons are using new techniques and exploring innovative avenues for treating urologic problems and diseases of the urologic system, from prostate cancer to kidney stones.

Regional Urology is at the forefront of robotic surgery – a ground-breaking alternative to conventional open surgery and traditional laparoscopy. Advantages include shorter hospitalization, reduced pain and discomfort, and faster return to normal activities.

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How May We Help?

Meet our team of providers and contact us at one of our convenient locations across the Upstate

Our offices are open Mon.-Fri.: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The focus of the Men’s Health Center is secondary health issues that are the result of chronic diseases like cancer or cardiovascular disease, and sometimes even from the treatments required to fight the disease.

The Pelvic Floor Center can recommend a variety of therapies to cure or relieve symptoms of prolapse, urinary or fecal incontinence and other pelvic floor problems. Our goal is to help you regain self-confidence and quality of life.

We offer a wide range of services and procedures to identify and treat urological disorders. Each patient is unique and their treatment should be, too. One size does not fit all when it comes to treating urological disorders.

Robotic surgery, or robot-assisted surgery, allows doctors to perform many types of complex procedures with more precision, flexibility and control than is possible with conventional techniques.

Kidney stones are hard deposits made of minerals and salts that form inside your kidneys. We have many options to help treat kidney stones.

We offer a wide range of services to identify and treat a variety of urologic cancers.

For Patients


We see all patients on an appointment basis, and ask that you call in advance so that we may reserve time for you. We try to see all patients on time and request that you extend the same courtesy to us. If you cannot keep an appointment, please give us 24 hours notice so this time may be given to another patient.

Prescriptions & Refills

All prescriptions and authorizations for renewals should be requested during normal office hours. Antibiotics and narcotic pain medications will NOT be refilled over the phone.


Healthcare insurance is intended to cover some, but not all, of the cost of your treatment. Most plans include a co-insurance, a deductible, and other expenses which must be paid by the patients.

If you have insurance, please bring your plan information with you to your first visit. We will work with you to assure that you receive the maximum benefits to which you are entitled. At the end of your visit, you will receive all of the information necessary to file your insurance claim. If you have questions regarding your coverage, please ask a member of our business office staff, and we will work with you to find the answer.

Emergency Care

In the event of a medical emergency, dial 911 or go immediately to the emergency room of the nearest hospital and ask them to contact your doctor. If the situation is not a medical emergency and arises while the office is closed, telephone 864-797-7450, and the answering service will promptly forward your message to the doctor on call. You will receive a response as quickly as possible.

If an urgent situation arises while the office is open, call the office. The doctor will be in touch with you either directly or through office personnel to give you instructions on where to go for care.