Born in Birmingham and raised in Mobile, Dr. William Terry is a proud Alabama native and is a highly regarded, board-certified urologist with special interest in couples’ intimacy issues.
“A lot of people – especially men – are embarrassed to ask for help,” he explained. “My goal is to normalize the conversation and the journey.”
According to Dr. Terry, his mission as a physician is to lead men and women back into a proud, confident relationship with themselves and their bodies.
Dr. Terry graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia. After earning his medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Dr. Terry performed his internship in general surgery at the University of Alabama Health System, where he was also Chief Resident in Urology.
Dr. Terry is highly involved in his community, including providing free puberty/sex education talks that focus on anatomy, physiology, and civic responsibility. Dr. Terry is married to Marlee and they have three daughters. He and his wife are also active foster parents. In what little spare time he has, Dr. Terry enjoys running, gardening, hanging out with his family…and playing pickleball!
Assistant Professor of Urology
University of South Alabama College of Medicine
Dept of Surgery
Spring Hill Memorial Hospital
American Urological Association (AUA)
Medical Assn State of Alabama (MASA)
Medical Society of Mobile County
American Association Clinical Urologists
Sexual Medicine Society North America
Family Practice Grand Rounds: “Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in the Primary Clinic Setting”
“For Boys Only – Puberty, Sex, and Growing Up”
Community Education Talk. Given multiple times per year.
8/2015 – present
“Urology for the General Surgery Shelf”
90-minute lecture given to USA MS-3 students 6 times per year.
7/2014 – present
Incidence of Occult Malignancy in Bilateral Native Nephrectomy Specimens. Poster presentation at SESAUA, Williamsburg, Va. March 2013
Extra-Adrenal Paraganglioma / Pheochromocytoma of the Bladder in a 56 yo female. Case Presentation at the Southeastern Section of the AUA annual meeting.
Destin, FL July 2010
Stimulatory Effects of Systemic Oxytocin on Bladder Function in Rat. William J. Terry, Kristin M. Broderick, Matthew Purcell, Cary R. DeWitteJ. Ness, Meredith T. Robbins. Department of Urology and Department of Anesthesiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Director of the Love Mobile Community Garden – 1550 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL
8/2014 – present
Sex Education Teacher:
2015 – present
I provide free puberty / sex education talks in the Mobile County area. The talks focus on anatomy, physiology, and civic responsibility.
Order of Fuse / Fuse Project
8/2020 – present
Fuse Project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing the spark for innovation, funding and implementation of projects benefiting children along Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Fuse Project invests in initiatives promoting the health, fitness, education and social responsibility of our children.
UAB Department of Urology
USA College of Medicine Honor System
Lagniappe Newspaper, Mobile, AL
“Nappy” Award 2020 for Best Vasectomy Doctor
“Nappy” Award 2022 for Best Urologist