Thank you for selecting Kennesaw Pediatrics for your child’s healthcare needs. Selecting a pediatrician for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make and we are honored to be chosen by you and your family. Kennesaw Pediatrics provides exceptional healthcare with a personal touch. Your comfort and convenience is a priority for us and we strive to make every visit to our office a positive experience.
Meet and Greet
We welcome you to take a physician led tour of our office along with a Q & A. This will allow you to learn more about our office and staff and give us the opportunity to get to know you. Selecting a pediatrician is an important step and we want to give you all of the information you need to make this decision. Office tours are held every Monday through Thursday at 5pm here in the office. Please give us a call at 770-429-1005 to let us know you are coming.
- To blend the latest advances in healthcare and technology while maintaining personal care and hometown charm
Our Commitment and Goals for Outstanding Service
- To recognize each child’s individual needs in planning care.
- To communicate clearly and appropriately with our patients and parents concerning a child’s condition and care.
- To provide continuity of care and build strong relationships between child, parent and doctor by seeing the same doctor most every visit.
- To provide our patients and families with a child friendly, comfortable and fun office.
- To make a positive experience out of every child’s visit to Kennesaw Pediatrics.
- New Patient Packet
- Patient’s Family History
- Patient’s Medical History
- Medical Record Release Authorization (transfer to)
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Why Choose A Pediatrician?
More training in caring for children
Pediatricians spend as much as three to six years in pediatric training after medical school. That is up to 24 times more training in the care of children than other physicians who receive an average of three additional months of pediatric training after medical school.
Pediatricians understand that children are not small adults
Children often present different symptoms from adults. They may need different prescriptions or treatments than adults. Pediatricians are specially trained to recognize the importance of these differences, especially with young children and newborns.
Cutting Edge Knowledge
Pediatricians see only children and adolescents. Constant changes in medicine can make it difficult to stay up to date. Pediatricians stay current by concentrating their efforts on changes in medicine affecting children.
As a part of their extensive training, pediatricians are experienced in the physical, emotional, and social development of children. Children may be too young or shy to talk so pediatricians understand the importance of listening carefully to your child, and to you. Pediatricians answer your questions, helping you to understand and promote your child’s healthy development. Pediatricians also address issues affecting a child’s family and home environment.