Elizabeth Bozeman has extensive experience in female urology, recurrent urinary infections, stone disease, interstitial cystitis, and many other conditions of general urology.
“When I was in medical school, I found that I really enjoyed my surgery rotation,” Dr. Elizabeth Bozeman said. “As I continued to complete my rotations I discovered that as a urologist, I could perform surgery and could also develop long-term relationships with my patients, as in many cases there is a continuum of care. This was a perfect fit for me personally and professionally.”
Dr. Bozeman completed her undergraduate degree at Emory University in Atlanta.
She went on to the Medical University of South Carolina, where she attended medical school, as well fulfilled as her internship and residency.
During her residency, she was chief urology resident.
She has the distinction of being the first female to complete the urology medical school program and was the first female to practice urology in South Carolina.
Along with her urology practice, Dr. Bozeman was active in both the South Carolina Urological Association and the Society of Women in Urology, serving in several key leadership positions.
Gary Bozeman, MD, provides care in all areas of urology, specializing in prostate enlargement, voiding dysfunction, stone disease, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Bozeman had initially practiced as a general surgeon for two years before deciding to concentrate on providing urology care.
He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where he also attended medical school.
His internship and residency in general surgery were completed at the University of Tennessee, while his urology residency was fulfilled at the Medical University of South Carolina, where he was chief resident.
Dr. Bozeman has been an active member of the American Urological Association, the Southeastern Section of the AUA, and the Society of Urodynamics and Female Urology.
He is a past president of the South Carolina Urological Association.
The two urologists are looking forward to providing care locally and settling in Oswego County, which offers four seasons.
During several visits here, they have enjoyed the area’s natural beauty and have found the residents friendly.
“We’re excited to become part of the health system, which offers us an opportunity to provide personalized care in a community where we can get to know our patients,” Dr. Gary Bozeman said.