Welcome to Kennesaw Pediatrics

At Kennesaw Pediatrics our entire team of staff and physicians is committed to providing exceptional pediatric healthcare with a personal touch.

At our three specialized centers, award winning pediatricians and caring staff offer care for your child from cradle to college.  From the time you bring your new arrival into the comforting Newborn Center, to your school day visits at the Main Office, to care for your high schooler at the Teen Center, we meet the needs of your child at every age and stage.

Kids don’t take days off and neither do we.  We’re here for you 7 days a week.  You’ll find the services you need under one roof:  check ups to sick visits, sports physicals to asthma care, on site labs, allergy clinic, classes, support groups and more.

And most importantly, we listen.  At every location, at every visit,  we take the time to hear your concerns and provide the best in skilled, compassionate healthcare for your growing child.


Having a baby?  Our doctors can see your newborn right from the start at both Kennestone and Northside Hospitals! Just make sure to designate KP as your pediatrician of choice when registering with admissions. 
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Open Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

    Walk-in for sick visits: 7:30 – 8:15 am

  • After hours service

    (sick visits by appointment only)

    Sat – Sun: 8:00-11:30 am

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New or returning patients click below to visit our online schedule.

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  • 3745 Cherokee Street NW
    Suite 401
    Kennesaw, GA 30144
  • (770) 429-1005
  • info@kennesawpediatrics.com
  • fax (770) 429-8005