Dr. Terrence Grimm

Dr. Terrence Grimm
Dr. Grimm is a Kentucky native and Board-Certified urologist for Lexington Clinic in Lexington KY. He has been practicing in Lexington for over 37 years and offers his services to patients suffering from male and female urological conditions. He graduated from University of Kentucky Medical School in 1987 and completed his residency at the University of Louisville in 1992 with certificates in General Surgery and Urology. Dr. Grimm has experience treating benign prostate disease, sexual health, stone disease, and genitourinary cancers. He also offers several different minimally invasive procedures for his patients. Dr. Grimm also sits on the MD advisory board for Baptist Health Lexington.
Medical School:

University of Kentucky


University of Louisville

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