3685 Lawrenceville Hwy
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
2050 Buford Hwy
Buford, GA 30518
1500 P'Tree Ind Blvd
Suwanee, GA 30024
to Children's Medicine, P.C., your provider for comprehensive medical care for children from birth through adolescence. At Children's Medicine, we strive to give your children the best medical care available in a convenient, expeditious, and caring manner.
Effective 2/9/15, Children's Medicine, P.C. will no longer see NEW PATIENTS who are not immunized or follow an immunization schedule. This is to ensure the safety of our established patients and their families. Please note we will see new patients who are medically prohibited from receiving vaccines. Should you wish to read more about vaccines you can visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's website at www.cdc.gov or the American Academy of Pediatrics website at www.aap.org Children's Medicine is pleased to announce their transition from a paper chart to an electronic medical record. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we truly appreciate your patience while we go through our "growing pains."
Pertussis/Whooping Cough Information
Pertussis is a bacterium that is spread through the air by infectious droplets
and is highly contagious. The incubation period of pertussis is commonly seven
to 10 days, with a range of 4–21 days.
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Children's Medicine is pleased to provide nutrition services through Atlanta Pediatric Nutrition, Inc. at our Suwanee location. Call us to schedule an appointment with dietitian Alexia Beauregard, MS, RD, LD.
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Pediatric Residents & Students
Children's Medicine is dedicated to help insure future excellence in pediatric practice by teaching pediatric residents from Childrens Hospital of Atlanta, medical students from Emory University Medical School, and nurse practitioner students from several area schools. Emory University credentials us to be appointed clinical instructors of pediatrics . You may notice these students from time to time and may even be asked to be seen by a student carefully guided by one of our pediatricians.Though it may take extra time the benefit to the students as well as to our patients continues to be found. Kudos to Dr. Vincent Vigil for being given the teacher of the year award for 2011 by the Emory medical students. We are pleased to help in this way. It not only is good for the students but it keeps us on our toes to stay up to date on current research and treatments.