Dr. Elizabeth Mobley grew up in Savannah, Georgia. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to be a surgeon and has worked diligently towards this goal ever since. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Georgia Honors Program, completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies. From there, she completed her Doctor of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Mobley pursued her urology training at the University of Utah, where she was appointed as the Chief Urology Resident during her final year. Following her residency, she completed fellowship training in general urology with a focus on female pelvic floor reconstruction and urologic oncology at North Shore Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand.
Dr. Mobley joined The Urology Team in 2015, and is a Board Certified Urologist. She enjoys working with both male and female patients and has strong interests in the management of pelvic floor prolapse (cystocele, uterine or vaginal fault prolapse with enterocele, and rectocele), male and female urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and low testosterone in males and females, and performing vasectomies. Her practice also includes management of benign prostatic enlargement, voiding dysfunction, kidney stone disease, renal masses and bladder masses. She is trained in open, laparoscopic and robotic techniques.
Dr. Mobley has been published in peer-reviewed journals and has spoken at many meetings and educational activities. The focus of her research and publications has broadly regarded topics related to outcomes following surgical correction of Peyronie’s disease, penile length following inflatable penile prosthetic surgery, and antimicrobial use during urologic prosthetic surgery.
In her free time, Dr. Mobley enjoys outdoor recreation with her family, including biking, hiking, and water activities. She also loves to relax to some local music while enjoying some of the local food delights.