Dr. Jin Yeoh

Dr. Jin Yeoh
Dr. Yeoh was born in Ipoh, Malaysia and attended the University of Toronto where he graduated with honors with a BS in Biochemistry and Biology in 2002. He then completed his medical training at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA in 2007. Subsequently, he completed his surgical internship and urologic residency at the State University of New York in Buffalo, NY in 2012. He followed that with a fellowship in robotics and urologic oncology at the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, CA. He then joined King’s Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, KY as a staff urologist prior to joining North Atlanta Urology Associates, which eventually merged into Georgia Urology in January 2020. As a urologist, he recently completed his fellowship in robotic surgery and oncology. He is particularly interested in the treatment of prostate and renal cancer. He has also had extensive training in stone management and female urology. He employs technological advances in his practice as well as following the guidelines set forth by the American Urological Association. Dr. Yeoh has volunteered in Asia and worked in an underserved community in Kentucky. Dr. Yeoh is proficient in speaking English, Malay, Indonesian, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Dr. Yeoh enjoys traveling, trying out new foods and singing karaoke. His intent is to bring a sense of duty and humor to his new practice. https://www.gaurology.com/our-physicians/physician/jin-s-yeoh-m-d/
Medical School:

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pa.


University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y.


Duarte, Ca.


University of Toronto

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