Urology Associates of Mobile

Urologists located in Mobile, Foley, Daphne, Grove Hill, Thomasville, AL and Lucedale, MS


Urology Associates of Mobile is a renowned medical practice that opened its first clinic in Mobile, Alabama, in 1948. Today, they provide the highest level of urologic, urogynecologic, and urologic oncologic care at their locations in Mobile, Foley, Daphne, Grove Hill, Thomasville, AL and Lucedale, Mississippi.

The team of providers at Urology Associates of Mobile is made up of board-certified urologists, skilled nurse practitioners, and talented physician assistants, all of whom are dedicated to providing compassionate care of the highest caliber. Their facilities also include an in-office dispensary that streamlines the process of getting medication.

Urology Associates of Mobile believes that the best results come from using the most modern treatment methods and technologically advanced tools. To that end, the team stays up to date with any and all advances in their field, researching and learning about the newest and most cutting-edge treatments for all urologic conditions.

Whether they’re treating prostate cancer, infertility, or erectile dysfunction, Urology Associates of Mobile always strives to take a holistic approach that considers the whole person, rather than just the condition or disease. Their unique blend of innovative treatment plans and personable approaches creates a thriving patient/provider relationship that’s based on trust and confidence.

The clinicians at Urology Associates of Mobile also extend their practice beyond the walls of their office, and they routinely give back to the community in a variety of ways. From researching and teaching new urologic and oncologic therapies to lending their skills and expertise to care for less privileged patients in Third World countries, the team strives to improve lives, one patient at a time.

The practice is happy to announce the opening of their urogynecologic center, Alabama UROGYN - led by Robert C. Brown, MD, in Fairhope, Alabama.


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Welcome, Kristopher Whitehead, MD!

Board-certified urologist Kristopher Whitehead, MD, joins our practice in July 2021. Trained at the famed Mayo Clinic, he has now spent over a decade in private practice specializing in kidney stones, robotics and cancer surgery. He enjoys general urology as well and loves the variety offered by treating patients of all ages with both simple and complex issues. His practice is located in Fairhope, AL and he offers urgent stone and surgical services at Thomas Hospital.
He was born and raised in Enterprise, AL. After spending most of his childhood chasing squirrels and rolling in the dirt, he transitioned to golf as a teenager. He had four hole in ones by the time he was 16 and ultimately finished T2 in the Alabama 6A State Championship in Mobile. He decided to pursue medicine after seeing the compassion and skill given to his grandmother by a local family doctor.
Dr. Whitehead completed his undergraduate studies at Auburn University before completing his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL. He was fortunate to spend 5 years training at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL with some of the leading surgeons and medical technology available. He is certified by the American Board of Urology.
When he is not devoting time to patients, he enjoys hanging out with his better half and wife of almost 20 years. He has two precious daughters and multiple rescue animals. Hobbies include gardening, travel, medical missions to Honduras and bowhunting.

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