Dr. T. Casey McCullough

Urology and Urologic Surgery

Diplomate, American Osteopathic Board of Surgery / Urological Surgery

Dr. Casey McCullough is board certified in Urology and joins us as an accomplished urologic surgeon specializing in robotic and minimally invasive surgery for benign and malignant conditions of the urinary tract.  He previously practiced in Connecticut and began a de novo community hospital robotics surgery program which grew to one of the most successful in New England.  Dr. McCullough’s other interests include stone disease, minimally invasive treatments for BPH, cancer of the prostate/kidney/bladder, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, and blood in the urine.

Dr. McCullough earned his undergraduate degree from Colby College graduating Magna Cum Laude, with honors in both double majors of Biochemistry and Music.  He was a principal saxophonist in the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, and Symphony, as well as a two-sport varsity athlete in Ice Hockey and Lacrosse.  He then completed his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine concurrently with an MBA at the St. Joseph’s University Haub School of Business.  Dr. McCullough finished his urologic residency at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, and finally his fellowship in laparoscopic and robotic surgery at the prestigious L’Institut Mutualiste Montsouris in Paris, France, where the laparoscopic prostatectomy was pioneered!

Dr. McCullough is an extensively published author in peer-reviewed journals and medical book chapters, and presented at national meetings.  For multiple years, Dr. McCullough has been named a “Top Doctor” by Connecticut Magazine.  He is thrilled to join the premier Urology group in Atlanta and provide the best technologically advanced urologic care in a compassionate and caring manner.

Awards:

America’s Most Honored Professionals Top 1% 2018, Patient’s Choice Awards Vitals.com 2018, Named a “Top Doctor” by Connecticut Magazine

Articles Published: 

Laparoscopic versus open simple prostatectomy: an evaluation of morbidity.

Localized renal cell carcinoma management: an update 

Estimated blood loss underestimates calculated blood loss during radical retropubic prostatectomy 

Abstracts: 

Serum creatinine predicts success in retrograde ureteral stent placement in patients with pelvic malignancies.

Alternatives to nitroprusside as hypotensive agents

“Thomas Wright “Fats” Waller: Performances in Transcription 

Books:

Chapter: 51 Sexual aspects of prostate cancer treatment

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