Southeast Urology Network
has been providing personalized, quality urological care to the greater Memphis, Tennessee, area for the past half century. As urologists, the physicians of Southeast Urology Network specialize in the care and management of the genito-urinary system and are all certified by the American Board of Urology.
We appreciate you placing your trust in us. We understand that a visit to the doctor's office can be an anxious experience. Our doctors and staff will do their best to provide you with kind services to make your visit a pleasant one. We will make every effort to see you on time and answer your questions.
For your convenience, we have two full-time offices with locations in East Memphis and Southaven, Mississippi. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with 24-hour emergency coverage available.
Our physicians specialize in the treatment of urologic problems. After completing medical school, we chose to train in urology, which involved a two-year rotation through general surgical services and at least 3 additional years of focused residency training in the diagnosis, treatment and surgeries of the genital and urinary tract.
We continue to learn, train and re-certify to keep our skills current and informed. At Southeast Urology Network, some of our doctors have advanced training or interest in certain conditions or procedures. As part of your evaluation and treatment, we will discuss and offer all the currently approved options available to you. This may mean that you will be referred to another doctor within our group or perhaps to an out of town urologist for an exceptionally unusual procedure. In all cases, we help you navigate through the complex process of reaching a decision and match you with the best doctor to take that journey.
graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1979. He earned his doctor of medicine degree from the University of Tennessee at Memphis and trained as an intern, surgical resident, and Urological resident at the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, where he was the chief resident from 1987-88. He performed the first laser stone case in the Mid-South and still has a continuing interest in treating kidney stones. Dr. Saslawsky brought Microwave prostate thermotherapy to Memphis and supported minimally invasive technology in the treatment of BPH, female urology and the use of Interstim neuromodulation for bladder and bowel control problems. He consults with infertile couples and performs microsurgical vasectomy reversals.
Dr. Saslawsky is certified by the American Board of Urology and is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Tennessee Urology Department.
UndergraduateRensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1979
Medical SchoolUniversity of Tennessee, Memphis, 1983
ResidencyMichael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Urology 1987
Micahel Reese Hospital, Chicago, General Surgery, 1985
Professional AffiliationsAmerican Urologic Association
Southeastern Section of American Urologic Association
AppointmentsMedical Director Uro Center
Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee Urology Department
Chairman, Department of Urology, Baptist Hospital
CertificationsAmerican Board of Urology
Questions Mark J. Saslawsky, MD - Memphis Office responded to