Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC

Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC Our physicians are board certified ID specialists who strive to provide you and your family members the most professional, individualized, and up to date medical care in our field of expertise.

All of our physicians are board certified ID specialists who strive to provide you and your family members the most professional, individualized, and up to date medical care in our field of expertise. Whether a patient is ill and confined to the hospital or an out-patient seeking consultation, the physicians at Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC will work with you as part of your team of physicians t

All of our physicians are board certified ID specialists who strive to provide you and your family members the most professional, individualized, and up to date medical care in our field of expertise. Whether a patient is ill and confined to the hospital or an out-patient seeking consultation, the physicians at Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC will work with you as part of your team of physicians t

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Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC would like to proudly introduce our new physician,Lindsay Morrison MD, MSCIDr. Morrison ...
08/05/2021

Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC would like to proudly introduce our new physician,

Lindsay Morrison MD, MSCI

Dr. Morrison grew up in Atlanta, Georgia where she first decided to become a physician. After completing her undergraduate degree at New York University she worked as a healthcare advocate for African Refugees in Tel Aviv, Israel. She completed her MD at Tel Aviv University before returning to New York to complete her residency and chief residency at Mount Sinai Morningside-West. She then travelled to Chicago where she completed her fellowship in Infectious Diseases, serving as chief fellow. During fellowship she completed a Master’s degree in clinical investigation. Her research thesis focused on multi-drug resistant bacteria in understudied regions including Nigeria. Dr. Morrison is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. She is thrilled to be returning to Atlanta to join Georgia Infectious Disease.

Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC would like to proudly introduce our new physician,

Lindsay Morrison MD, MSCI

Dr. Morrison grew up in Atlanta, Georgia where she first decided to become a physician. After completing her undergraduate degree at New York University she worked as a healthcare advocate for African Refugees in Tel Aviv, Israel. She completed her MD at Tel Aviv University before returning to New York to complete her residency and chief residency at Mount Sinai Morningside-West. She then travelled to Chicago where she completed her fellowship in Infectious Diseases, serving as chief fellow. During fellowship she completed a Master’s degree in clinical investigation. Her research thesis focused on multi-drug resistant bacteria in understudied regions including Nigeria. Dr. Morrison is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. She is thrilled to be returning to Atlanta to join Georgia Infectious Disease.

08/05/2021

Georgia Infectious Diseases, PC would like to proudly introduce our new physician,

Lindsay Morrison MD, MSCI

Dr. Morrison grew up in Atlanta, Georgia where she first decided to become a physician. After completing her undergraduate degree at New York University she worked as a healthcare advocate for African Refugees in Tel Aviv, Israel. She completed her MD at Tel Aviv University before returning to New York to complete her residency and chief residency at Mount Sinai Morningside-West. She then travelled to Chicago where she completed her fellowship in Infectious Diseases, serving as chief fellow. During fellowship she completed a Master’s degree in clinical investigation. Her research thesis focused on multi-drug resistant bacteria in understudied regions including Nigeria. Dr. Morrison is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. She is thrilled to be returning to Atlanta to join Georgia Infectious Disease.

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05/13/2021
After a 3 year shortage, we now have Yellow Fever Vaccines in stock!
04/22/2021

After a 3 year shortage, we now have Yellow Fever Vaccines in stock!

After a 3 year shortage, we now have Yellow Fever Vaccines in stock!

https://www.idsociety.org/practice-guideline/covid-19-guideline-treatment-and-management/?fbclid=IwAR02Lmqy9ws8KmxGu2hhM...
04/15/2021
COVID-19 Guideline, Part 1: Treatment and Management

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COVID-19 is a pandemic with a rapidly increasing incidence of infections and deaths. Many pharmacologic therapies are being used or considered for treatment. Given the rapidity of emerging literature, IDSA felt the need to develop living, frequently updated evidence-based guidelines to support patie...

05/19/2020

Does your company or organization have 50 or more individuals at risk for influenza?

Specialty Services: Onsite Flu Clinics

World Travel Care works year round to keep you healthy during the influenza season. In the Western Hemisphere the influenza virus infection has a specific season, which begins in the early fall and ends by early spring. In other parts of the world influenza infection may be seen at other times of the year, and is some regions influenza is a year round pathogen.

We understand how important it is that your employees, students, and family members remain healthy and productive. As a service to the metro-Atlanta community, we will customize an influenza vaccination clinic for your employees, corporate clients, schools, and church or mission groups. Our planning for Onsite Flu Vaccination Clinics begins in the spring and most clinics are scheduled between September and November.

We Provide Onsite Influenza Clinics Including:

Vaccination clinics for Corporations
Vaccination clinics for Schools
Vaccination clinics for Churches or mission groups

If you have ever personally experienced influenza, then you know how extremely important it is to avoid the illness. Vaccination is one form of protection. Education and antiviral medicine are also two important factors that are key to preventative care.

The best time to get a flu shot is October through December, before you feel flu symptoms. We offer the convenience of a medical professional coming to your office to provide flu shots to your entire staff.

Why offer flu shots to your employees?

You can save about $150 per employee per year in sick leave!
You can reduce absenteeism by as much as 45%.
Employees sick with the flu miss an average of 2.8 days of work per season.
You can save on lost production time.
You can show employees how important they are by giving them an added benefit at the workplace.

Call 404-459-4393 to discuss how we may serve your organization and protect you from the flu.

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