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June 19, 2024
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    This is the home of the Georgia Professionals Health Program Read More
  • Georgia PHP Services

    Georgia PHP Services

    Physicians, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, and veterinarians are currently followed by the Georgia PHP. Read More
  • Confidentiality


    Monitoring is protected in the majority of cases. Read More
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Who can use the Georgia PHP services?

Physicians (MDs and DOs), Physicians Assistants, Respiratory Therapists, and Licensed Veterinarians (DVM) are currently eligible for services from the Georgia Professionals Health Program.

The Georgia PHP currently has a working relationship with the Composite Medical Board for the State of Georgia, as well as the State Board of Veterinary Medicine. Its work is sanctioned by Georgia SB-252, passed in 2010.Therefore, the PHP covers the lives of all individuals who are licensed by the Medical Board, which includes Physicians, Physician Assistants and Respiratory Therapists. In July 2022, the Georgia PHP contracted with the State Board of Veterinary Medicine to provide the same services to licensed Veterinarians in the state of Georgia.

We also cover medical students, interns, residents and fellows who have or will obtain a Georgia license. If you are in monitoring in another state and are moving to Georgia, email us to find out how to enter the Georgia PHP program. If you are a medical student, resident, fellow or retired physician you are still eligible for our services.

Addiction & Behavioral Health









The Georgia Professional Health Program (Georgia PHP, Inc.) is a nonprofit organization formed in 2012 to assist all licensees of the Georgia Composite Board of Medical Examiners and in 2022 the Georgia Board of Veterinary Medicine who develop potentially impairing conditions, mental illnesses, substance abuse and other addictive disorders. We are not, per se, a treatment organization. Rather, we provide initial triage, referral into treatment, treatment quality monitoring, and long-term care for addiction and mental/behavioral health disorders.

If you have a concern about yourself, a family member, colleague or co-worker the first step is asking for help. To reach us you may send an email to us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill out the contact form by clicking here. If your concern is urgent, call us at 1-855-MyGaPHP (1-855-694-2747). Some will get with you as soon as possible to help.