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GAPI Free Clinic to reopen with telemedicine services

NRI Pulse Staff Report

Atlanta, GA, August 12, 2020: The GAPI (Georgia Physicians of Indian Heritage) Free Clinic will reopen effective August 15. This clinic will function every 1st and 3rd Saturday 1:00 – 4:00 PM.

“There will be no direct patient contact due to COVID-19. We will provide Telemedicine services only,” said Dr. Jay Sampat, who volunteers at the clinic.

“Patients will need to call (770) 557-1914. Leave a message with the name of the patient, date of birth, whether he/she has already been seen in the past. You will get a call back with a link to the site. Once you click on that link at a predetermined time, you will be connected to the doctor.”

Each patient will be assigned 10 minutes to make this process smooth and be available to all, Dr Sampat added.

The volunteer-run free clinic has been operational since 2011.

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1 comment

Gyan Chapai August 17, 2020 at 2:10 am

Hello team..
my mother had come to Atlanta as tourist during January and now stucked here due to Covid.. she was taking High blood pressure tablet (asomex 5) .. now that she stayed here for more than 6months, all stocks got exhausted and her insurance also got expired.. can you please help us to get her bp medicine locally ..

I will be very grateful to you all


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