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Lawrenceville Office
3685 Lawrenceville Hwy
Suite 100
Lawrenceville, GA 30044

Suwanne Office
1500 P'Tree Ind Blvd
Suite 250
Suwanee, GA 30024

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A message from our partners regarding COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) COVID-19 Vaccine Registeration Information We understand the growing concern surrounding COVID-19 across our communities, and we want you to know that at Children’s Medicine, we are doing everything we can to keep your family healthy We have worked closely alongside Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) and the Georgia Department of Public Health and have been following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to determine the safest course of action for everyone who enters our offices. We have always worked hard to keep our office clean throughout the day, but we are increasing the frequency of sterilizing high touch surfaces such as doorknobs, counters, and chairs. We have removed shared books and magazines from the waiting areas and exam rooms. We will continue to wash our hands regularly and have hand sanitizer in every exam room which we use before, after, and frequently during visits. Sick and well patients will continue to have separate waiting areas and we are working on strategies to minimize time spent in those areas. To combat the potential threat, we as staff and patients need to work together to ensure everyone’s safety. When you visit one of our offices you may be asked to take part in preventative measures that you may not have been asked to do before. At this time, we are unable to test for coronavirus so please do NOT come to our office expecting testing. Fortunately, it appears that illness from COVID-19 is typically milder in children and teens. Typical symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. It spreads through the air from coughing and sneezing and also from close personal contact, like touching or shaking hands. There is no antiviral treatment available for coronavirus at this time, and it is expected that the vast majority of children and teens will recover from infection with the novel coronavirus on their own without any medical attention. For this reason, most children that acquire COVID-19 will not need to seek medical care, but as with all illnesses, they should be kept home and away from others until well. The most important thing you can do is to prevent spread of the virus to others. The way you can help with this is:
  • Practice good hand washing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; when this is not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
  • Avoid touching noses, eyes and mouths.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing (using masks, or tissues with younger patients may help contain the droplets from sneezes that can't be covered by the patient).
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • As with any contagious illness, stay home (no school or work) until the patient is without fever for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication, is feeling better with marked reduction in respiratory symptoms and coughing, and sneezing is mild enough to be contained (this may be longer for younger patients who can't cover their mouths with coughing/sneezing).
  • For well and sick visits, only bring necessary people to the office with you (if possible, limit siblings, grandparents, etc.)
  • Do NOT come in the office if you have traveled to any of the locations where coronavirus outbreaks have occurred (China, South Korea, Iran or Europe) or you have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, and you are concerned that your child is sick. Instead, please call us at 770.921.7386 (Lawrenceville) or 770.406.2500 (Suwanee), select the advice nurse option, and leave a message. We will call or message you back promptly and give you further instructions as to how to best get your child evaluated.
We will do our best to meet your family’s needs and to continue communicating with you with any further changes or recommendations. Together we can get through this. Sincerely, Dr. Jennifer Smart, Dr. J. Vincent Vigil, and Dr. Renee Renfus
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