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Dr. Scott Miller Named Top Doctor by Atlanta Magazine

Dr. Scott Miller—urologist and pioneering robotic prostate…
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Dr. Miller discusses study showing prostate cancer screening lags

When the news broke earlier this week about two studies in the…

Man vs. Prostate

The prostate is a walnut-size organ that resides below a…

The End

How often do you think about the end? You should. Every day.…

Are You A Spork? - How To Reexamine Your Priorities

Some of you may be asking, “What is a spork?” You have probably…

Bruce Almighty

You may recall the Jim Carrey movie, Bruce Almighty, in which…

Boo!

That little three letter word often used on Halloween. This year…

Success Is A Series Of Failures

When I first learned how to drive, I felt very comfortable with…

How To Beat Cancer

In my 20 years of practicing medicine, I have seen nothing short…

A Slip of the Tongue - A Lesson On Patient Privacy

When it comes to patient privacy, I am a stickler.…

Saturday, June 18: A Great Day to Have Fun and Give Back

There are many reasons why I’m proud of my associations with…

A Patient Turns the Table

We often talk about the doctor-patient relationship and the importance…

The Internet Is Always Right

The Internet is always right, except on April 1st. At least that’s…

Unintended Consequences

I love analogies, especially when they drive a point home. When…

Heaven is a Better Place

Last month, the world lost a great man. Joe Blumberg succumbed…

Here to Serve

I recently went to a social event and sat next to an incredibly…

I Have Some Bad News

I love my job. I love talking with people and hearing about their…

Life Is Like A Roll of Toilet Paper

Up until his retirement, I always enjoyed Andy Rooney’s weekly…

The Other End of the Scalpel

Having treated thousands of patients, I have developed a great…

Love In An Elevator

I love hearing stories about how couples meet. One couple in…

Learn From The Winners

I was recently on vacation and struck up a conversation with…

Know How To Say “No”

I never did like the word “no.”  I try to avoid using it…

Life vs. Health Insurance

The other day I was looking at my auto insurance bill and noticed…

Moderation In Moderation

I believe Oscar Wilde was the first to be credited with the saying,…

A Letter To My Daughter

As a physician, I am entrusted with the future well-being of…

The Body Is Like Traffic

I love Atlanta, but I could do fine without the traffic. Recently…

One Mistake is OK

Last week I attended a book festival lecture by best-selling…

Are We There Yet?

As a parent, I am very familiar with the question, “Are we…

A Standout Thank You

During a recent consultation, a patient thanked me for accepting…

Just One Ball

I love my job, but there is nothing fun about giving a patient…

It’s OK To Be Lazy

One of my patients – who happens to be a brilliant businessman…

A Resolution That I Can Keep

The New Year is always a great time for making a resolution,…

How Do You Measure Experience?

Medical providers – whether hospitals or physicians – constantly…

Disconnect to Connect

On occasion, I’ve had times when my family and I were all using…

Serenity Before Severity

I have always believed that good comes out of everything –…

Leading By Example

Having been a parent for 18 years, I have given my children a…

Giving Can Be Selfish

Recently, I read an article criticizing a potato chip company…

Patients Can be the Best Teachers

In medical school, I was often faced with complex patients and…

Gambling Is Human Nature

When my children were young, I did my best to hold firm when…

The Problem with Protocols

Back when I was in medical school, the university hospital developed…

Avoiding Healthcare Landmines

Whether or not you like surprises, one thing is certain – nobody…