About Intown Primary Care
Practice Info & Mission
Intown Primary Care is a state-of-the-art primary care clinic in Atlanta that specializes in providing high-quality medical care to men and women of all ages. Our healthcare practice is focused on the total well-being of the individual and providing quality, personal, and proactive health care to develop solutions based on our patients’ needs.
We specialize in Transgender healthcare, Hormone Replacement Therapy, HIV Care, Botox Injections, Psychiatric care, and more. Learn more about the services IPC offers just for you!
Dr. Scott B. Parry
Dr. Scott B. Parry is a recognized Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) in the area of General Internal Medicine, and Intown Primary Care is the leading primary care provider for Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Testopel insertions in Georgia. He has been providing quality health care to patients for more than 20 years.
After moving to Atlanta in 1995, Dr. Parry began his career with the DeKalb Medical Center Physician Group in their Primary Care Division. However, he wanted a practice that was directed toward the total well-being of patients in a proactive and progressive manner. Thus, he opened Intown Primary Care in December 2001. Since then, Intown Primary Care has served more than 10,000 patients in their quest for a “healthier you.”
In addition to creating one of Atlanta’s leading medical practices, Dr. Parry is a noted educator and has given presentations nationwide to medical professionals in the areas of HIV, Hormone Replacement Therapy, and Primary Care Psychiatry.
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Elizabeth is a family nurse practitioner (FNP-C) who specializes in family medicine and works with infants to the aging population.
A graduate of Brenau University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing, Elizabeth’s commitment to patient healthcare is what lead her to become a nurse practitioner. Building personal relationships with her patients from the moment they walk through the door, to diagnosis and care plan, is one of many reasons she excels in family medicine. Preventative care is an important part of Elizabeth’s approach to patient care, which can take place through changes in lifestyle, mental health care, screenings, and regular check-ups.
An active member of the AANP (American Association of Nurse Practitioners) and UAPRN (United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses of Georgia), Elizabeth is also a proud member of the Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honors Society and Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing.
A dog lover to the core, Elizabeth enjoys taking her dearest Bailey to Piedmont Park for runs and experimenting with new plant-based recipes.
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