What is IndDoc?

The Independent Doctors of Georgia, abbreviated IndDoc, unwaveringly supports the physician as the patient’s advocate while navigating the very complex healthcare system to achieve comprehensive, high quality, cost effective healthcare for the patients and communities we serve. Our mission is to advocate the importance of the independent physician’s position within the healthcare continuum.

Our goal is to combine independent physicians into one group in order to provide a unified voice to address and monitor issues concerning, but not limited to Medicaid, Medicare, ambulatory surgery centers for multispecialty physician practices, insurance reform, and hospital referrals.

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Meet Our Members

Membership to IndDoc is open to independent physician practices and independent medical groups such as multi-specialty practices not employed by a hospital or hospital system. Our membership is currently comprised of the following organizations:

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