North Fulton Pediatrics

Directions

Our office is located at 1285 Hembree Road in the Roswell Medical Center complex.
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Office Hours

Phone: 770-442-1050
Fax: 770-475-1621

Monday - Friday
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Wednesdays
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Checkups only from 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Saturday
8:30 A.M. - 11:00 A.M.
Note: We are Open On Saturdays from 8:30 to about Noon for sick appointments.
After hours care:
For Emergencies:
call 911 or go to CHOA (Children's Healthcare of Atlanta)
For minor illnesses: CHOA (Children's Healthcare of Atlanta)
or KIDS TIME PEDIATRICS - 404-943-1979
Staffed by pediatricians
Locations: Alpharetta, East Cobb, Sandy Spring, Lawrenceville, Suwanee

Dosing & After Hours

Welcome to the North Fulton Pediatrics website. Our goal is to provide outstanding medical care for your infants, children, and adolescents and to provide guidance and support for you and your family. 


Or call us:
770-442-1050

2014 News

Healthy Teens Support Group

Please join us for a new support group for healthy teens that meets at 5:30pm at North Fulton Pediatrics on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (next meeting Feb 19th). For more information, click here or to RSVP contact Kerri at 770-442-1050 or kbeaulieu@northfultonpediatrics.com.

Heathcare Exchange (Obamacare) open

The New Healthcare Exchange (also known as Obamacare) is open. Now health insurance is available to everyone.

For our patients seeking health insurance through the Market Place on healthcare.gov, we are on the Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathway X plans and the Humana National Preferred Health Plans. The link to the government exchange website is https://www.healthcare.gov/marketplace/individual.

The market place plans have a limited panel of providers so it is very important that you check to make sure your specialist is listed in network on the plan you choose.

Your medical home

Remember, your doctor or nurse practitioner knows your child best. We have your medical record at our fingertips and are here 6 days a week to take care of your child. We will provide follow up care and reassess your child if he or she is not improving as expected. We are also available to give advice after hours and determine if your child's problem warrants an emergency room or urgent care visit. Immediate care centers and pharmacy clinics cannot provide those services and may not be well equipped to take care of children.

Come in for an asthma check

For those patients who have asthma, the fall is an important time to come in for an asthma check.  This would also be a good time for your child to receive a flu shot. For more info, click here.

Sports and Concussions

This has been a topic widely covered in the news as research has shown that young athletes can suffer long term damage to the brain if a concussion is not treated appropriately. Learn more about concussions and treatment.

New Vaccine requirement for 2014

Beginning next school year (2014 – 2015), all students entering 7th grade in Georgia will be required to receive the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. Learn more.

Se hablamos espanol

¿Sabía que en North Fulton Pediatraics tenemos personal de tiempo completo que es fluido en español para ayudar a aquellos en nuestra comunidad para quienes el español es su idioma principal?
Did you know that we at North Fulton Pediatrics have full time staff that are fluent in Spanish to help those our community for whom Spanish is their primary language?

Cyber Bullying - Help make your children aware of Cyber Bullying

Print the information attached and discuss with your child the effect and concerns of cyber bullying. This is a nationwide problem that needs to be taken seriously. Cyber Bullying Information

Are you swaddling your baby properly?

Improper swaddling may lead to hip dysplasia or developmental dysplasia of the hip.  When in the womb the baby’s lets are in a fetal position with the legs bent up and across each other.  Sudden straightening of the legs to a standing position can loosen the joints and damage the soft cartilage of the socket.  Click on this link to read more.

Is it time for your child's check up?

Check ups should be done once a year on every patient starting at 4 years old. Children younger than 4 are seen much more often for check ups. There are 11 check ups from birth to 3 years. Has your child had a check up lately? Most insurance companies do not require co-pays for check ups now. Check with your insurance company to see if this is true for your insurance. Check ups are preventive in nature and we want to encourage all of our patients to come in for their check ups. Remember, important vaccines are giving at your child's check up. Do not wait, call today.

Important change in CAR SEAT POLICY from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Toddlers and even older children may have to get used to some new seating arrangements in the car, according to new child passenger safety recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Read More »

Tell us what you think. 

If you have been in our office recently, we want to know what you thought.  Fill out our survey here.

Testimonials and Letters from Patients

We have added a new tab under Resources to take you to the patient testimonial page.  Please visit this page and see what patients are saying about us.

Georgia Postpartum Support: A free service for new moms

A new group has been formed to help with postpartum depression. For more information, go to our news page.

Breastfeeding your baby

Jodi Greenwald, MD, has written a short and helpful guide to breastfeeding. You can download her report here.

Vaccination Policies

At North Fulton Pediatrics, we feel that vaccinating children and adolescents is a vital part of our responsibility to promote health and well-being...To continue this important letter, go to the news page.

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Expectant Parents
Prenatal Classes

Please check out the dates for our Prenatal classes.

Insurance Plans

Check out our policies page to see if your insurance plan is covered.

Meet Our Team

Get to know our friendly staff of doctors and nurse practitioners.