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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.

Appointments

Scheduling your appointment is easy!
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

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 multiple locations across Massachusetts led by some 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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Looking for a doctor? Use our doctor search below or you can find all of our doctors listed here.

Our locations include: DedhamFalmouthFraminghamMilton, North Easton/Brockton, Plymouth, and Sandwich.

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Latest News

  • Dr. James C. Lin, M.D.

    In his own words, Dr. James C. Lin gives a quick primer on HIFU for the treatment of prostate cancer. You can also watch the video below—he discusses everything at the 2:15 mark. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.)

  • Dr. Natalya Lopushnyan

    In honor of National Kidney Month, we’re talking about treatments for kidney cancer, specifically a minimally invasive option: robotic kidney surgery.

  • In honor of National Nutrition Month, we asked one of our fabulous urologists to sit down and answer questions regarding the role nutrition plays in urologic health.

  • Did you know that bladder cancer is the 6th most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States? This year, over 81,000 people in the US are expected to be diagnosed with bladder cancer, and it is estimated that more than 17,000 people will die from the disease.

  • Are you debating different types of kidney stone treatments, such as lasers vs. shock wave lithotripsy? Three of our GBU physicians weigh in.

  • Dr. Ryan E. Frankel, M.D.

    In his own words, Dr. Ryan E. Frankel discusses a specific treatment for erectile dysfunction: the penile prosthesis. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.) You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around two minutes in.

  • In his own words, Dr. Michael J. Curran discusses a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around 40 seconds in. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.)

  • Dr. Ted O. Morgan, M.D.

    In his own words, Dr. Ted O. Morgan discusses urinary incontinence, including treatment options (we’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability). You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around 1:40 in.

Awards and Affiliations

Large Urology Group Practice Association

American Medical Association

American Urological Association

CAP Accredited