The Georgia Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced on Monday that it is launching a partial online medical program that will allow residents to get a doctor’s appointment, which will then be transferred to a hospital for treatment.
The program, which is not available to residents who have been hospitalized in the past, will be available through the Georgia Health Connections Network.
It is a program that allows people who have had a partial hospitalization to get an appointment with a doctor in a community-based outpatient setting.
The goal is to reduce the number of patients that come into the hospital with serious health issues and to provide additional care for those who are less able to pay for it.
According to the DHHS, the program is currently available to more than 10,000 residents in the metro Atlanta area, with more than 9,000 of them being fully admitted and over 1,400 of them having a serious medical condition.