Originally Published In The Atlantan
Board-certified internist Dr. Edward Espinosa has converted his concierge internal medicine practice, Buckhead Medicine, to focus primarily on the testing and treatment of COVID-19. A long time user of telemedicine and secure texting, his practice is now serving the Buckhead community by leveraging these technologies alongside onsite testing for coronavirus. Dr. Espinosa, and his staff that works remotely, is performing virus screening at his Buckhead office in a private outdoor setting to reduce patient exposure and transmission of COVID-19.
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