Atlanta Endocrine Associates is Open for Medical Care

As we continue to navigate the realities of COVID-19, our physical office is closed but we remain open for medical care offering additional medical services. New and established patients can schedule a telemedicine appointment using video conferencing via your laptop, tablet or phone.
 
We recognize that during this time of extreme strain on the medical system, there has been difficulty with access to medical care. In addition to endocrine care, I am offering expanded services including calling in medications, refilling medications from other physicians, complete FMLA and disability forms, provide letters to employers and provide other primary care services.
 
Please contact me or book a telemedicine appointment. I am happy to help.
Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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