Jessica Lange, MD
Dr. Lange is a board-certified, fellowship-trained urologist who specializes in metabolic stone disease, percutaneous renal surgery, and reconstructive urology. Originally from Knoxville, Dr. Lange attended Furman University where she played Division I basketball. Her sports experience instilled a love of teamwork and discipline that continues to inform her medical and surgical practice. Dr. Lange earned her medical degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine, and she completed her urology residency training at Wake Forest Baptist Health.
She completed her fellowship training at George Washington University in genitourinary reconstruction and endourology (minimally invasive techniques to treat kidney stones). She specializes in both surgical removal of kidney stones and prevention of future stone episodes through dietary modification and medical management. She sees patients in three clinic locations – Erlanger Baroness, Erlanger East, and Hixson.
Training & Education
University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine – Memphis, TN
Wake Forest Baptist Health – Winston-Salem, NC
George Washington University Hospital – Washington, DC
- Kidney Stones
- Minimally Invasive & Endoscopic Surgery