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Urology

Don’t suffer anymore.

For almost 50 years, urologic care has been a mainstay of the medical community in Cookeville.

At Cookeville Regional Medical Center, our urologists offer evaluation, consultation and treatment for a wide variety of diseases that include erectile dysfunction, prostate cancer, BPH/enlarged prostate and vasectomies in men and stress incontinence, chronic urinary tract infections and vaginal atrophy in women.

We also treat diseases that are common in both sexes, such as bladder/kidney cancer, kidney stones and overactive bladder.

Our team of urologists, specialists, and staff understand what’s important to the patient – a clear understanding of the diagnosis and treatment plan. This does not necessarily mean that a surgical procedure will be required. In fact, a majority of patients we see do not need an operation.

Call for an appointment. Referrals are appreciated but usually not necessary.

Telehealth services are also available. Call 931-783-4103 for more information.

Contact Us

Cookeville Regional Medical Center Upper Cumberland Urology

320 N. Oak Ave.
Cookeville, TN 38501
931-783-4103

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cookeville Urology

254 W. 7th St.
Cookeville, TN 38501
931-520-6270

HOURS OF OPERATION:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Meet the Experts

Timothy R. Collins, MD

Timothy R. Collins, MD

Urology

Cookeville Urology

Lee S. Moore, MD, FACS

Urology

Upper Cumberland Urology Associates

Rick Smith, MD

Urology

Upper Cumberland Urology Associates

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