Primary Care

Primary Care Clinic


Stamps Health Services is committed to providing excellent care in a timely manner to the students of Georgia Tech. The providers in the Primary Care Clinic serve students who have a wide variety of concerns, from acute illness to chronic ongoing health issues to wellness and prevention. The providers in the Primary Care Clinic are board certified physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Our physicians are trained in internal medicine, family practice and emergency medicine.

All appointments can be scheduled on-line through the patient portal or by calling 404-894-1420. Appointments will open for scheduling 3 days in advance of the appointment.

Students should arrive at Stamps Health Services 10-15 minutes prior to their appointment time to get checked in prior to their appointment. If a student arrives more than 5 minutes after their appointment time they will be rescheduled for another appointment.

Stamps utilizes mobile check-in through our Patient Portal.  When you are within one tenth of a mile of Stamps, you can check in using your mobile device.  Log in to the Patient Portal and click the Check-In button associated with your appointment on the home page.


Scheduling Your Routine Physical Exam

Routine physicals are scheduled at 8:00 am in the Primary Care Clinics.  You must complete the appropriate forms and submit them to either Blue or Gold Care Teams in order to schedule an appointment.  You may fax your forms to (404) 894-1107 or (404) 385-0717, email them to, or bring them in and make the appointment at that time.  If you fax or email your forms you will receive a call from the nursing staff to make an appointment.  If you have a specific problem that you would like addressed, please make a regular appointment with a provider.   The provider will then determine if a routine physical exam is also needed. A $25.00 no-show charge will be assessed to a scheduled appointment that is missed or a scheduled appointment that is not canceled at least 24 hours in advance.

Scheduling a Travel Evaluation

To schedule a travel visit you must first complete an International Travel Form, then fax or email that form to (404) 894-6254 or You may also bring the form to the Travel/Immunization clinic. Once the form is received, someone will call you to schedule your appointment. A complete physical exam is not usually part of a travel visit, so if you need a physical exam done in addition to travel information (often required for study abroad programs), please let the person scheduling your appointment know this so that additional time can be included in your appointment. A $25.00 no-show charge will be assessed to a scheduled appointment that is missed or a scheduled appointment that is not canceled at least 24 hours in advance.

International Travel Form

   Services Provided by Primary Care 

Our primary care clinicians can help address a number of symptoms, injuries, and illnesses. Some of the most common reasons for seeing a primary care clinician include: 

  • Acute illnesses, such as:
    • Abdominal pain
    • Gastrointestinal (stomach and intestinal) illness
    • Rashes
    • Sore throat
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) symptoms
    • Upper respiratory infections
    • Urinary symptoms
  • Acute injuries, such as orthopedic injuries (i.e. ankle sprain, knee pain, etc.)
  • Chronic disease management, such as thyroid disease, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol
  • Men’s Health Clinic for consultations regarding penile, testicular, and other men’s health concerns.
  • Routine physicals
  • Sexual transmitted infection (STI) testing
  • Referrals to external specialists

   Care Team

Blue Care Team

  • Angelo Galante, MD
  • Emily Richardson, MD
  • Shawnte Kraft, MD
  • Marjan Kirkland, NP
  • Kimberly Brewster,NP

Gold Care Team

  • Stephen Holbrook, MD
  • Lynda Dao, MD
  • Kristen Donaldson, PA
  • Danielle Snider, NP
  • Aliza Krug, PA

Silver Care Team / Men’s Health Clinic

  • Steven Terry, PA


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  • Campus Police: (404) 894-2500
  • Off-campus assistance: 911 
  • 24-hour Crisis Consultation line: (404) 894-2575

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