HIV Doctor In Atlanta
Dr. T. Douglas Gurley
What Type Of Doctor Should You See?
I’ve Helped Hundreds Of HIV Patients Lead Healthy, Fulfilling Lives.
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If You Can’t Get Help With Us
We’ll Help You Get Help Somewhere.
I want you to get the best possible care even if it isn’t with us. It’s difficult to get treatment from a private practice
if you don’t have insurance and often even the insured don’t get to choose their preferred doctor. If that’s the case with you,
I’d like to help you decide the best alternatives to getting help with these suggestions:
How To Choose An HIV Doctor
In Atlanta If You Have Insurance.
Obviously, the doctor you choose should be knowledgeable about HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and have lots experience treating patients with HIV and AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). There’s an easy way to find out how experienced your HIV doctor might be: Ask them how many HIV patients they’ve treated.
Personality is another thing to consider when choosing an HIV doctor in Atlanta. Do you feel at ease with the doctor? Can you talk comfortably? Is he or she looking at his computer when they talk to you or looking straight into your eyes? Your doctor’s personality, approach and responsiveness is a critical component to good care.
Always interview as many doctors as you can to find the best fit. During the interviews I suggest you also ask the following questions:
Does the doctor want you to take an active part in decision-making or does he or she prefer a more traditional doctor-patient relationship?
Do you want a doctor who is aggressive about treatment — encouraging you to try new drugs or participate in research trials or do you want a doctor with a more conservative bent?
Does your doctor believe in complementary care like vitamin therapies or homeopathy? If that’s what you believe in you should seek out a doctor that shares your beliefs.
Is your doctor board-certified in Internal Medicine? Does he specialize in HIV?
What is the average wait time for appointments? How long does it take for him or her to return phone calls?
Does the doctor have a solid referral base of specialists?
How to Find an Atlanta HIV/AIDS Doctor Who’s In Your Network.
If you already have a primary care physician with whom you feel comfortable, find out if this person also has the skills and experience to be your HIV/AIDS doctor.
If not, they can refer you to a specialist. If you need to find a new HIV/AIDS doctor, and don’t know where to begin, here are a few ideas to help you get started:
How To Find An HIV Doctor
In Atlanta If You Don’t Have Insurance
Each of these organizations help with the prevention and treatment of HIV in Atlanta. Click on their sites and they’ll show you how to get help.
Valuable Resources To Educate Yourself on HIV
These are reliable sources that will give you the facts on different issues:
It would be our privilege to keep you healthy for the rest of your life. If that’s possible call us right now at 404-888-0228 and set up an appointment. If it’s not, know that we care about you getting the best possible care somewhere. To that end we sincerely hope we’ve given you enough options on this page to help.
To your health!
Dr. T. Douglas Gurley MD