HIFU Prostate Services

Board Certified Physician Lousville, KY.

Dr. Jackson is board certified by the American Board of Urology, and his special areas of interest are stone disease, urologic cancers and the treatment of incontinence, in addition to general urology. Dr. Jackson has served as a clinician for the University of Louisville urology clinic, and has served as president of the Kentucky Urological Society. He trained with HIFU over five years ago in 2010 and has been a part of nearly 20 cases with patients.


Dr. Jackson graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1981. In 1986, he completed his residency at the University of Louisville in the departments of surgery and urology. He has been in private practice since that time until joining Allied Urology in June 2006.  Dr. Jackson is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, and he is a member of the following:

  • Greater Louisville Medical Society
  • American Medical Association
  • American Urological Association
  • Southeastern Urological Society

He currently practices at First Urology in Louisville, Kentucky.

First Urology

With more than 25 urologists in the practice, First Urology is the largest urologic provider in the greater Louisville and southern Indiana area. The practice offers comprehensive urologic care for men, women and children of all ages.  First Urology partnered with HIFU Prostate Services to make Sonablate HIFU for prostate cancer available at Louisville Surgery Center.

Louisville Treatment Center

297691_7bda789d45dc4fb79b407119d6f69722A partnership between First Urology, Dr. John Jurige and HIFU Prostate Services makes Sonablate HIFU available at Louisville Surgery Center. First Urology, PSC, which was formed when Metropolitan Urology and Allied Urology joined together as equal partners, is the largest urologic provider in the greater Louisville and southern Indiana area with over 25 urologists in the group. 

444 S. First Street Suite 201 

Louisville, Kentucky 40202

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