T. Douglas Gurley MD
Gay doctor Atlanta

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WHY US?

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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ARE YOU HIV POSITIVE?

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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ARE YOU TRANS?

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

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

Birdeye
Top-Rated 5.0 311

* Ratings as of February 1, 2020

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