T. Douglas Gurley MD
Gay doctor Atlanta

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We’re gay, board-certified medical providers 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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    If you would have asked me a few months ago, I would have probably guessed that EMDR was a new Briggs Meyer personality type or perhaps a type of kinky fetish I had never heard of. I would have been way off. It wasn’t until a conversation I had with a close friend, who just […]

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    Delta airlines recently announced that air travel is back up to pre-pandemic levels. As travel continues to heat up over the summer, it’s important that you remember to stay healthy (and sane) while traveling. This is by no means an extensive list but I wanted to share some of the items that are almost always […]

    Going to Bed Angry May Be Bad for your Health

    I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Don’t ever go to bed angry.” Well, there could be more to this than you think. A group of researchers at Oregon State University found that when people resolve arguments or disagreements by the day’s end, the positive emotional response they associate with that disagreement is significantly reduced or […]

    Statins May Reduce Risk of Death from COVID

    Sure, statins are known for lowering your cholesterol levels, but what if I told you they could also help reduce your chances of dying from COVID? A recent study found that people who were taking a statin regularly had a 50 percent less chance from dying from COVID. How, you ask? Well statins are a […]

    Drinking Coffee Has Its Perks

    As I’m sitting here typing, I just so happen to be drinking a triple iced espresso with a stevia and some extra almond milk.  I suppose I can worry a little less about my coffee consumption after reading recent analysis in the Journal of American Heart Association that is hot off the press.  Dr. Kao and […]

    Some Good News: Cancer-Related Deaths Continue to Decline

    If there is one thing we can all agree on, it is that “cancer sucks.” And, with COVID-19 continuing its ravage, we could all probably use some good news right about now. According to a report released this past week in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, deaths from cancer have continued to decline year […]

    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 […]

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    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 […]

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