AGA’s Patient Portal

AGA recently launched a brand new, comprehensive patient portal. Need credentials? Give us a call, and we’ll get you set up. If you are a current AGA patient, you should have received an email invitation to activate your new portal account. If you wish to have your invitation resent, please give us a call. We’ll be happy to send you a new invitation so you can get started with these online services.

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Request Medical Records

Although you can view and print your medical records online via our patient portal, AGA requires written authorization in order to release these records directly to you or a third party via fax, email or in paper format. This process is in place to protect your private health information.

To request your medical records, please follow these steps:

Download and print AGA’s Medical Records Release form.

Make sure the patient or authorized requestor (if not the patient) signs the form

Submit your completed Medical Records Release form along with a copy of the requestor’s photo ID via one of the below methods:

Fax or mail the form and copy of photo ID to any AGA location

Email the form and copy of photo ID to:

Pick up the records in person at your specified AGA location

Georgia Health Information Network

As of March 1, 2017, AGA, LLC and its affiliated companies (“AGA”) are participating in the Georgia Health Information Network (“GaHIN”). This is a health information exchange (“HIE”) designed to improve patient-centered healthcare through the use and exchange of electronic health information between authorized healthcare providers. By participating in this HIE, we are helping close the patient information gap to not only improve the quality of care our patients receive, but also improve patient healthcare outcomes and reduce patient healthcare costs across the state.

Download the pdf below to find answers to frequently asked questions as it relates to AGA’s participation in GaHIN. For additional information about this network, visit

Georgia Health Information Network


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