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Timothy D. Adkins, MD
Timothy H. Atkinson, MD
Terrence R. Grimm, MD
Fred P. Hadley, MD
Justin D. Johnson, MD
Stephen J. Monnig, MD
Charles G. Ray, MD
Thomas K. Slabaugh, Jr., MD
Elizabeth Vickers, APRN
Autumn Ballard, PA-C
Lexington Clinic Urology - Frankfort & CU-UA Georgetown
Offering a Wide Range of Comprehensive Urologic Services
The physicians and providers at Lexington Clinic Urology and Commonwealth Urology/Urologic Associates offer a wide range of comprehensive urologic services. Our team provides in-office care and surgical services for our patients. Lexington Clinic Urology and Commonwealth Urology/Urologic Associates offers a wide-range of services from acute problems, such as urinary infections and kidney stones, to chronic issues, such as prostate problems or urinary incontinence.
UroLift® Center of Excellence Designation
Lexington Clinic is pleased to announce that Stephen Monnig, MD, Urologist at South Broadway, has been awarded the UroLift® Center of Excellence Designation, highlighting his expertise as a UroLift® trained physician. This designation is awarded to physicians achieving higher level of training with the UroLift® System and demonstrating a commitment to exemplary care for men suffering from urinary tract symptoms associated with enlarged prostate.
Dr. Stephen Monnig, Lexington Clinic Urology, Awarded with InterStim Center of Excellence Designation
Dr. Stephen Monnig, Lexington Clinic Urology, has been awarded with the InterStim Center of Excellence Designation and is the only urologist the Lexington area to earn this prestigious designation for treating overactive bladder and incontinence. The InterStim Center of Excellence, awarded by Medtronic, recognizes physicians who demonstrate exemplary use of the InterStim system and a commitment to patient care for those suffering from symptoms associated with overactive bladder, accidental bowel leakage and urinary incontinence. InterStim therapy, also known as sacral neuromodulation, uses an implantable device to send mild electrical impulses to stimulate the sacral nerves. Click to learn more!