Become a Patient

Step 1 – Contact Emory International

Please contact Emory International via phone or email. Please be sure to fill out the registration form and send it via fax or email to our office. You will need to provide a copy of your international passport or visa ID in order to complete registration.

Someone will contact you within one business day after receiving the form. Our offices are open from 08:00–17:00 EST

Phone: +14047782291
Fax: +14047781260
Email: emory.international@emoryhealthcare.org

We provide translation services for phone calls.

Step 2 – Send Your Records in English

After filling out the registration form, we will contact you and request your medical records. All medical records MUST be translated into English by a professional medical translator. Failure to provide these records may delay treatment. Please contact us and we can recommend medical translation services. Patients need to provide all medical records relevant to their current diagnosis. These records may include:

History and Physical
Provider Office Notes
Consultation Notes
Operative Notes
Discharge Summaries

Laboratory Reports
Pathology Reports
Medical Testing Reports
Imaging Reports
Imaging Discs

In some cases, patients may be asked to mail these materials to Emory Healthcare before their arrival. If this is indicated, please mail materials with a tracking number to:

Emory International Program
1365 Clifton Rd NE
Building A - Suite 2510
Atlanta, GA 30322

Step 3 – Estimate and Deposit

Our office will work with the clinical staff to complete an estimate of the patient's cost for their visit & plan of treatment. We will review the estimate with the patient and will provide information on how to submit payment. 

Step 4 – Appointment Confirmation

Once the records have been reviewed and a deposit has been collected, an appointment will be scheduled and an appointment letter will be generated. The letter will provide the location, doctor's name, date and time of the patient's appointment.

Note: The appointment letter can be used by the patient to complete their visa application.

Step 5 – Travel Arrangements

The patient is responsible for their own travel arrangements but we are happy to help with recommendations.

Note: Do not schedule a flight until an itinerary has been sent to you.

How Can We Help You Today?

Need help? We will be delighted to assist you today, so please call us at 404-778-7777. We look forward to hearing from you.