T. Douglas Gurley MD
Gay doctor Atlanta

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We’re gay, board-certified physicians who specialize in treating LGBT patients. You’ll get the best level of care from experts who understand who you are and what you need.

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We are certified as HIV Specialists by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. We have a deep well of experience treating all aspects of the condition. We won’t let HIV own you.

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From offering gender-neutral bathrooms to using your chosen name, we operate out of deep respect. We will help you achieve the full expression of your identity.

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Here’s How Our Patients Rate Us:

Score Rtg # of Reviews

Top-Rated 4.9 219
Top-Rated 4.5 153
Top-Rated 4.3 67
Top-Rated 4.0 40

Top-Rated 5.0 311

* Ratings as of February 1, 2020


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    COVID-19 Vaccine Rolling Out Across the Country

    In what is described as the “largest vaccination campaign in United States history,” hospitals around the country have started rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine over the past week to their employees who work on the front line. In ten short months that were filled with a lot of death and despair, scientists were able to create, […]

    Obesity Associated with COVD-19 Pneumonia

    A large study done by a multidisciplinary team of scientists and doctors has determined that the biggest risk factor for severe COVID-19 pneumonia (requiring ventilation) is obesity. Obesity is defined as having a body mass index of 30 percent or higher. The correlation was linear in that the likelihood of pneumonia increased as the BMI […]

    Staying Sane During an Election Cycle: 5 Tips for Sustaining Self-Care

    It should come as no surprise to anyone that election night is this Tuesday November 3rd. Whether you are scrolling through social media, watching TV, listening to the radio, or just driving down the road, it’s hard to escape the constant inundation of reminders that we are in a tense election cycle. For many, politics […]

    Higher COVID Viral Loads Associated with Greater Risk of Death

    COVID is the hot topic of 2020. It seems that every single day, I read a new article or study about COVID-19. A few months ago, everyone was talking about how certain blood types may be more susceptible to complications from COVID. Then, last month, there was a study that vitamin D deficiency may lead […]

    Blood Test May Be Helpful in Cancer Screening

    It’s not too uncommon for a patient to ask me “Can you screen me for cancer?” If it were only that simple. As medical providers, we try to practice the best evidence-based medicine that the research supports. There is also a consideration of cost versus benefit when determining what screening tests to perform. Some examples […]

    Have you heard of GERD?

    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is reported to affect a third of Americans. While there are medications like proton-pump inhibitors (i.e. Prilosec) and H2 blockers (i.e. Pepcid), many people still have symptoms despite taking these medications. What causes GERD?  Acid reflux, or GERD, is caused by the acidic gastric fluids that flow into the esophagus from […]

    Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

    What is the coronavirus? A new strain of coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is a betacoronavirus, similar to MERS and SARS, that causes respiratory illness. It was first discovered in Wuhan, China and has already infected thousands of people in China. How is it spread? It is spread through air droplets and can be spread from person-to-person, […]

    Deaths Related to Alcohol Skyrocket

    According to new numbers released from the U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, deaths related to alcohol have doubled since 1999. The researchers report there have been almost 1 million alcohol-related deaths over the past two decades. Alcohol was to blame for 2.6% of deaths in 2017 alone. Over half of these deaths […]

    HIV Testing, Treatment, & Prevention Statistics Continue to Underwhelm

    Not enough Americans are getting the proper testing, treatment, and prevention for HIV according to the CDC. In its Vital Signs report released on December 3, 2019, the CDC reported that about 154,000 people with HIV are unaware of their status. Only two-thirds who those aware of their status are on effective treatment. In regards […]

    Anal Cancer Rates on the Rise

    Anal cancer rates have increased over the past 15 years according to a team from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Their research, which was published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, reported that anal cancer diagnoses and deaths from anal cancer have more than doubled for individuals in their […]

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