Our Providers

David A. Beaird, MD

In the summer of 2000, I joined Johnson City Urological Clinic.  Since that time our practice has seen enormous changes/improvements with the aid of lasers and laparoscopy to accomplish complex surgeries in an outpatient or overnight stay.

I have a general Urology practice with interests in treating problems using minimally invasive techniques.  The majority of my practice centers on stone disease, voiding dysfunctions, male infertility, Pediatric Urology, and Genito-urinary malignancies.

  • Undergraduate:   BS in Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Texas at Austin
  • Medical School: MD, Univ. of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
  • Urology Residency:  University of Oklahoma
  • Diplomat American Board of Urology
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

Chad Couch, MD


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Lincoln T. Olsen, MD

I have been with Johnson City Urological Clinic since 2008.  I moved here from Kansas City, Kansas with my wife and three children.  My wife and I are originally from Phoenix, Arizona.  I attended medical school at the University of Kansas.  My general surgery internship was completed at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and my urologic surgery residency was completed at the University of Kansas as well.

My training is broad based in all aspects of urology, however my focus is on minimally invasive treatment options when appropriate.  I practice general urology with special interests in urologic cancers including prostate and kidney cancer, laproscopic and robotic surgery, stone disease, and urinary incontinence.

W. Bradley Rogers, MD

It’s my pleasure to join The Urology Clinic of Johnson City and Bristol in the summer of 2013. My wife and I are native east Tennesseans with her having grown up in the Karns community of Knoxville and me in Jefferson County where I played baseball for the Patriots and then continued my education and a couple of years of baseball at Carson-Newman College where I met wife, Amanda, who was attending nursing school. We moved to Memphis where I spent four years at the University of Tennessee’s medical school, Amanda completed her nurse practitioner’s degree, and we had our son Preston.
We then moved out of state but a little closer to home and planted ourselves in Lexinton, KY where I completed a year of General Surgery internship and 4 years of Urologic Surgery training at the University of Kentucky with a broad focus in all aspects of urology, including a heavy dose of minimally invasive urologic surgery. Having grown up in the shadow of Neyland Stadium with several family members (and myself after medical school) being UT Alums, it was a difficult journey Bleeding Orange in a Big Blue state, but we have gained a lot of knowledge about basketball, whether we wanted to or not, and have made our way back close to home and into the mountains and lakes of east Tennessee. We are excited to be back home in the most beautiful part of the country where I can have the opportunity and honor to care for the urologic needs of the Bristol and Johnson City area community.

Grant D. Taylor, MD

My family and I moved to Johnson City and joined Johnson City Urological Clinic in 2005. I am originally from the Dallas/Fort Worth area. I went to Medical school at University of Texas in Houston and completed internship and residency at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. I am board certified by the American Board of Urology.

My focus during my training was on laparoscopy and minimally invasive urologic surgery. I spend much of my practice treating all types of urologic cancer, kidney stones, voiding dysfunction, and female incontinence. The addition of robotic surgery has been an especially exciting addition to our surgical procedures and allows us to offer this effective treatment close to home. Medicine and technology are advancing quickly and we are committed to adapting with it as long as we are improving patient care.

I have been married for 14 years to my wife Carla and we have a son and daughter in elementary school. We are Texas transplants who are here to stay and have recruited some family here as well. I enjoy family hikes and trips and I spend much of my free time playing basketball, soccer, golf, or reading a good book. We are actively involved in our church in Johnson City and I am privileged to be part of a great team of urologists traveling on medical mission trips.  I have served on the Quest Urology Advisory Board and this has been an excellent way to share state of the art ideas with other urologists from around the country.

I believe that our health is a complex interaction of physical, emotional, and spiritual factors and that all of these aspects are affected with illness. My personal ambition is to provide an exceptional balance of clinical and surgical skill and provide it in a personable and caring manner. I trust you will see that I do my best to be very informative without being intimidating. If I can help answer any questions, feel free to email me at gtaylormd@hotmail.com. We look forward to seeing you at Johnson City Urological Clinic.

Wayne P. Tongco, MD

Welcome to the Johnson City Urological Clinic. I am an American Board of Urology Certified Urologist. My training included an undergraduate degree in Economics at Texas A&M University, Medical School at University of Texas at San Antonio, Urology residency at University of Texas at San Antonio, and a Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Minimally Invasive Urology with Urology San Antonio and Bill Harmon, M.D.

I have worked with Johnson City Urological Clinic since 2003. I continue to have an interest in minimally invasive urologic surgery including laparoscopy, robotic assisted surgery, laser use, cryotherapy and other techniques in the treatment of many urologic diseases, such as cancer, urinating problems and kidney stones. Technology is only used with the highest quality of patient care in mind. I will offer you the same treatment options I would myself or a family member. Locally, I have been involved with the medical community by acting as the Chief of Surgery of the Johnson City Medical Center from 2005 through 2009, and participating in the Harvard sponsored MSHA College of Physicians.

My family includes my wife, Gretchen and two children Bradley and Colleen. Our family feels incredibly fortunate to be a part of East Tennessee. Wonderful people and activities are everywhere. We spend the summers on the local lakes, wakeboarding and wakesurfing. We also fill our time with soccer, snow skiing, family and travel. Personally, I love to fly-fish anywhere, anytime…that I can.