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1325 Satellite Blvd Northwest • Bldg 400 • Suwanee, GA 30024
Phone: 678-263-3080

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Holiday Closure

Our office will be closed for Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25. We will be back in the office on Monday, November 28.  If you have an emergency please dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency room.   Read Full Story >>

Emotional Support Animal Policy

Emotional Support Animal Letter Policy An Emotional Support Animal Letter is a certification that states that an individual who meets the criteria for a permanent disability should be accommodated by the presence of an Emotional Support Animal in certain public spaces where pets are otherwise prohibited. Our office has experienced a rapid rise  Read Full Story >>

Better Screen Time

Technology is part of the fabric of our modern culture. The BetterScreenTime course offers systematic solutions within a positive framework for the healthy integration of technology (social media and video games) for children and adolescents as well as adults at appropriate ages (and levels of maturity, which are not always in line  Read Full Story >>

Facebook Page

Take a minute and visit our Facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/PsychProsGa  Our providers are passionate about health and wellness.  Please follow along and join us in supporting our communities.      Read Full Story >>

In Person Visits vs. Televisits

We are back in person and in our new office at 1325 Satellite Blvd NW. Please read the following regarding televisits and in person visits: PPG is open to telehealth and it has become a staple since the pandemic. Unfortunately, we are not getting clear guidance from all insurance carriers and most have generic guidelines. We appreciate   Read Full Story >>

COVID-19 Policies

We want everyone to know that our office is fully vaccinated.  We are still a healthcare facility and due to the nature of our clientel, we still request that a mask be worn in our offices.   In addition, mental health disorders should not impact mask and vaccine mandates. The medications prescribed by our providers are&n  Read Full Story >>







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