Childrens At North Druid Hills in Atlanta, GA with Reviews -

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By: Shri. M.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
good day to one and allI am s.mahomed from south Africa, and I am an ardent fan of children health care of Atlanta i follow and share the dedication of every good deed on my Facebook page. I can honesty rate this health to 100 plus. But sadly in my country we pay so much through medical aids, but we do not get our monies worth. Last week my kid was hospitalised in a private hospital that looked life a cramped prison small passage like room that accomaded 4 sick children and a broken old couch for moms to sleep. Its really sad.I as an individual want to make difference to children in my country because I am inspired by healthcare of Atlanta.someone from this kind hospital please advise me how to fundraise and through donations and sponsors to open a state of the art healthcare in south Africa.I really want to to make a difference to scared innocent kidshealthcare of Atlanta for kids is an inspiration to the worldmy humble blessings to one and all.
By: Liz B.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Dr.kanter did my heart surgery at 3 months in 1989 for an ap window.i am alive and healthy with a small scar, he recently came in and met my 5 month old whom he will be doing surgery on for a vsd on Tuesday. They're the best and have the sweetest nurses. If it weren't for him, id be dead, thank you dr.k, my family and I will be forever grateful for you. Thank you doctor and choa. You guys are the best
By: Jehan P.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
If your child must be in a hospital then this should be it. The staff goes above and beyond to make you and your child comfortable. They are amazing!! The parking is a bit tight and can be challenging if you go late in the day. Just go next door and do valet if your in a hurry. Oh and the pizza in the cafeteria is delish!
By: Rosa A.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
I've taken all three of my kids here for emergency situations. The doctors were attentive and caring. The staff was efficient and experienced in treating children. The only negative is that it is a teaching hospital so you may get a medical student that is not as experienced.
By: Jj W.
Scottish Rite
Top tier service from ped professionals. Wait time can be found online before you go, and you can even check in online. Amazing service, and labs and tests are conducted with care. There is no better hospital in Atlanta for children.
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By: Claire D.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Excellent care for kids of all ages. Took a tour of the facilities as part of our neighborhood Friends group and was really impressed with the facilities. Have been there twice for ER visits and they were very well trained.
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By: Michelle M.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
The only place I go in emergencies for my kids!! The nurses and doctors are equipped for children and nervous parents! From broken bones to stitches to spiking fevers - they will put you and your child at ease.
By: Brandy J.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Children's healthcare of Atlanta, is a wonderful place to take your children for the oh so many bumps, bruises, and breaks that they experience during their formative and years of discovery!
By: Tiffany B.
Scottish Rite
Great care for when my daughter had belly button surgery. They made us all feel comfortable. Her surgery was outpatient and we received great information/care up front, during and afterward.
Tips & Advices
It’s very common for children’s hospitals to allow parents to stay overnight with their child. This adds to the child’s sense of security and comfort and can be a vital part of their recovery. Parents are also typically allowed to visit 24 hours a day. This practice can vary from institution to institution, but it is a very common practice that comforts both the child and parents.
Many children’s hospitals provide outpatient care. Outpatient clinics can offer pediatric subspecialty and primary care and are dedicated exclusively to caring for children's health care needs.
Children’s hospitals, in general, do not provide charitable care. However, there are exceptions. St. Jude’s in Los Angeles is a children’s-only hospital that provides services for free and it is supported by donations and private funding. Most children’s hospitals are based on a standard medical and insurance-based billing system.
Yes, children’s hospitals provide emergency care services. As with any emergency, consult a physician or call 911 in an emergency. They will know the best available resources.
Pediatric transport is a pediatric/neonatal critical care transport team used to transport a premature newborn, a critically ill child, or an injury requiring transport of the child to another medical facility that is better equipped to handle the child’s situation. This can be via ground or air.

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