Urology For You and Yours

Visit Greater Boston Urology and experience board-certified urologists and top-rated specialists in all aspects of urological health, providing our patients with unprecedented medical care with an integrated holistic approach to treatment with the highest level of personalized attention.

State of the Art Facilities

Enjoy modern, convenient, clean, and state-of-art offices in each of our locations. Our lab offers the highest level of urological screening, and testing, with experts using the best in research technology, offering patients peace of mind and fast test results.


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Simply click here to find the location nearest you. Our patient concierge representative at that office will look forward to finding a time that works for you.

About Us

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Welcome to Greater Boston Urology (GBU)

Greater Boston Urology was founded in 2010 with a vision of bringing together many of the most sought after urology physicians and specialists in the nation to provide extraordinary urology care with the highest level of patient service.

With seven locations across Massachusetts led by twenty-one of the best urology providers in the nation, our board certified physicians and physician assistants have years of experience and loyal patient communities. Our physicians come together on a regular basis to collaborate and ensure that our patients are receiving the highest quality care and services available nationwide.

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Our locations include; FalmouthFramingham, Hingham, Milton, North Easton/Brockton, Norwood, and Plymouth.

Latest News

  • Below is a Q&A with Dr. Michael Geffin, the Director of the Advanced Prostate Cancer Clinic at Greater Boston Urology. We pulled this Q&A from Dr. Geffin’s presentation at the 19th Annual Prostate Cancer Symposium in 2016.

  • The fact that World Cancer Day has to even exist is a sad commentary. Yet, at the same time, we’re grateful there’s a day that encourages everyone from around the globe to stop and reflect on this killer of so many men, women, and children.

  • While rare and not always painful, Peyronie’s disease tends to cause most patients plenty of mental anguish. The good news? This is a treatable condition. Below, Dr. Michael J. Curran discusses Peyronie’s disease, including symptoms and treatments.

  • As 2016 comes to a close, we wanted to take this opportunity to look back on some of the highlights from the last year in both the field of urology and for our practice specifically.

  • Patients with advanced prostate cancer do have options—ones that not only extend their lives, but also the quality of their lives.

  • If you’ve been researching prostate cancer, chances are good you’ve come across articles about molecular markers.

  • As we mentioned earlier this month, it’s “Movember ,” a time when men are encouraged to let their facial hair grow in an effort to raise awareness around prostate cancer (along with monies that will support research).

  • For over a decade now, November has morphed into something called “Movember,” and for good reason. The goal is to increase people’s awareness around prostate cancer while raising monies to fund research.

    Here’s a snapshot of what you need to know and how to get involved.

Awards and Affiliations

Large Urology Group Practice Association

American Medical Association

American Urological Association

CAP Accredited