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Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Brings North Atlanta Residents Access to Nationally Recognized Pediatric Care


Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta strives to make children better today and healthier tomorrow. Whether it’s treating a toddler with a heart defect or helping a teen manage asthma, we take our commitment to care for Georgia’s children seriously. With three hospitals and 18 neighborhood locations throughout metro


Atlanta,


including Marcus Autism Center, Children’s serves all 159 counties in Georgia and cares for more than half a million patients each year. For the past seven years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Children’s as one of the top pediatric hospitals in the nation. Children’s continues to make access to specialized pediatric care easier and closer to families through our Urgent Care Centers. Children’s at Forsyth and Children’s at North Point


provide access to care for families from


Cherokee, Dawson, DeKalb, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Lumpkin counties.


and surrounding


How is Children’s Different?


Children are not small adults; their anatomy and physiology, the kinds of illnesses they suffer from and the treatments


they


need are different. Children’s pediatric-focused facilities house an environment where patients can receive high quality clinical care in child- friendly surroundings. At Children’s, patients receive model care from doctors, nurses,


physician to use assistants


and technicians who care for children every day and are trained


specialized


pediatric medical procedures and equipment.


Children’s Urgent


Care Centers The Urgent Care Centers at Children’s at Forsyth and Children’s at North Point offer the same care to treat those minor illnesses and injuries when you cannot get to your pediatrician. Unlike retail clinics, Children’s staff members are specially trained to treat children and teens. Our uniquely equipped Urgent Care Centers have a pediatrician on staff, fast track programs to shorten wait and treatment times for children with less serious illnesses or injuries, on-site lab and X-ray


services for


quick diagnosis, and access to the Children’s network of 1,600 doctors trained in more than 30 pediatric specialties. A visit to one of our Urgent Care Centers is often quicker and less expensive than an Emergency Department visit,


and we accept most insurance plans. We are committed to getting your child home and better faster.


We are experts in treating: Allergic reactions; Bits or


stings; Cold and flu; Coughing and wheezing; Cuts requiring basic stitches; Earaches and ear infections; Fevers (for children older than 2 months); Minor


burns; Minor head


injuries; Simple fractures, sprains or strains; Sore throat; Stomachaches, vomiting and diarrhea


Children’s at Forsyth The Avenue Forsyth


410 Peachtree Parkway Cumming, GA 30041 404-785-3100 choa.org/Forsyth


Children’s at Forsyth services:


Neurophysiology (EEG) Orthotics and Prosthetics


Radiology (X-ray and lab) Rehabilitation Services Specialty Care Sports Medicine Urgent Care


Children’s at North Point 3795 Mansell Road Alpharetta, GA 30022 404-785-8540


choa.org/Northpoint


Children’s at North Point services:


Radiology (X-ray and lab) Specialty Care Urgent Care


Both locations are conveniently available: Regular hours11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday


Holiday hours (Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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