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    Recommended rheumatologists in the Atlanta, GA area
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    An_256138 posted:
    I have recently been diagnosed with RA. I will be moving to the Atlanta, Georgia area (Cobb County specifically) & would like to get recommendations for rheumatologists in the area.

    Thanks.
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hello,

    I'm sorry but it is against WebMD policy to discuss specific doctors or provide physician recommendations on the boards. However, you might find our Physician Directory helpful. You can narrow your search by condition (RA) and location (use your new zip code for most accurate results). The tool will generate a list of specialists in your area, their office location and phone number, background information, any accolades they may have received and the insurance they accept.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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