Georgia Medical Information

Georgia Health Insurance Resources


DOI Agent search – Is the insurance agent who is working with you licensed to conduct business in Georgia? Find out.

DOI Consumer Services FAQ – Quick answers about COBRA, conversion plans, networks, complaints and more.

DOI Application for assignment Guaranteed acceptance insurance plan for HIPAA eligible's following expiration of COBRA. Download the application through the link provided, then fax to 1-815-301-6615 for review PRIOR TO submitting to the Georgia Dept. of Insurance.

Coverage through the Georgia Assignment System does not include network discounts or PPO repricing. As a result, you may be faced with thousands of dollars in unreimbursed out of pocket medical bills. We encourage those opting for coverage through the Georgia Assignment System to consider a PPO network such as the one available through Careington.

Careington Total Care provides discounts of 20 – 45% and access to more than 525,000 medical providers nationwide. Enjoy discounts on doctor charges, hospital bills, prescription drugs, dental care and more. Apply online

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Dental Benefits – Compare up to 30 dental plans to find the one that best suits your needs.

Free and Sliding Scale Health Care Clinics

Atlanta Community Access Coalition- Atlanta Community Access assists in helping uninsured in Fulton county access health services for the uninsured and underinsured.

Babies Can't Wait – Georgia Dep't of Human Resources information site for babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities.

Brave Kids – Medical resource information on children with chronic or life-threatening illness and disabilities

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation – Medical resource directory for children with cancer

Children 1st – Georgia resource to promote and protect the health of children

Georgia PeachCare for Kids – Information on Georgia PeachCare (SCHIP) including eligibility, benefits and more.

Georgia PeachCare PDF  – Information sheet on PeachCare in PDF format

Georgia Department of Community Health  – Georgia Medicaid information by county

Georgia Families – Choose a health plan and PCP (Primary Care Provider) for each family member eligible for Georgia Medicaid or PeachCare

Georgia Health Partnership – The Georgia Health Partnership (GHP) is a powerful resource with information on Medicaid, PeachCare for Kids and much more.

Georgia Transplant Foundation – Part of a unique national transplant community founded by a transplant recipient. GTF provides financial and educational assistance for those undergoing or waiting on an organ transplant.

Shepherd Center WIPA– Work Incentives Planning Assistance (WIPA). Cooperative agreement between Shepherd Spinal Center and the Social Security Administration to provide planning and guidance for those on SSDI. Overview of SSDI, work rules and Medicaid buy in.

Georgia Health Access – Basic health insurance plan for those who cannot afford or qualify for underwritten major medical or the Georgia Assignment Policy. Can be paired with Georgia Accident Insurance plan or applied for stand alone.

Georgia Medicaid Eligibility – Find out if you are eligible for Georgia Medicaid

Consumer Guide to Buying and Keeping Health Insurance in Georgia – What you need to know about your rights for buying and keeping health insurance in Georgia.

Georgia Advance Health Care Directive– Replaces the no longer valid "living will" and health care power of attorney. Provides instructions for health care when one is incapacitated and conveys power of attorney in one form.

Georgia Cares – Georgia Cares is a non-profit organization that assists uninsured Georgian's in obtaining non-emergency health care services through a network of voluntary providers.

Parent to Parent in Georgia – Support and information to parents of children with disabilities.

Glossary of medical and insurance billing terms – What is a copay, deductible or Health Savings Account (HSA) mean? Do the letters EOB, CPT-4 and ICD-9 mean anything to me and why should I care? CHOA (Children's Health Care of Atlanta) has answers to this an more.

St. Joseph's Mercy Care – Primary care, social services, dental care and health education to poor, homeless and immigrant population.

  • National Association of Free Clinics – Resources and lists of free or reduced payment clinics in Georgia and the U.S.
  • Take Care Walk-in Clinics – Locate walk in clinics for low cost, non-emergency care.
  • Minute Clinic Walk-in Clinics – Locate walk in clinics for low cost, non-emergency care