Hark C. Chang, MD

Hark  Chang, M.D.Assistant Professor of Urology

Clinical Practice Sites

Emory University Hospital
(404) 778-4961

Grady Memorial Hospital
(404) 616-4466

Medical School

Korea University Medical College, Seoul, Korea (1964)

Internship

Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn New York (1967-1968)

Surgery Training

Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn New York (1967-1969)

Urology Residency

Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn New York (1969-1973)

Board Certification

American Board of Urology (1975)

Clinical & Academic Appointments

Massachusetts General Hospital (1973-1974)
Harvard Medical School (1973-1974)
Medical College of Wisconsin (1974-2002)
Community Urology (WI & IL)  (2002- 2008)
Emory University School of Medicine (2009-Present)

Primary Clinical Interests

General Urology

All Areas of Clinical Interest

adrenal disorders
circumcision
benign prostatic hyperplasia
bladder dysfunction
kidney disease
kidney stones
genital warts
lithotripsy
urinary incontinence
vasectomy
transrectal ultrasound
urethral strictures
ultrasonography-prostate
ultrasonography-testis
prostate

Year Started Practice:

1973

Year Started at Emory:

2009

See full curriculum vitae

About Dr. Chang

Dr. Chang is an Assistant Professor of Urology at the Emory University School of Medicine. Immediately after receiving his medical degree from Korea University Medical College, Seoul, Korea, he served as a flight surgeon in the Air Force for three years. Following his urology residency training at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn New York, he was appointed as a Clinical Associate in Urology, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. For over 30 years, Dr. Chang practiced urology in the mid west where he held an academic appointment at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI and was appointed as the Chief of the Department of Surgery at St. Mary’s Medical Center, Racine, WI. Dr. Chang served as the President of Milwaukee Urological Society, Milwaukee, WI (1987-1988).

In 2009 Dr. Chang joined the Department of Urology at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Chang primary clinical interests are in general and office urology.


Additional Areas of Clinical Interest:
Erectile Dysfunction
Hematuria