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We will be having after-hours evening flu vaccine clinics on the following dates/locations: Roswell Office – 10/19/2017 Windward Office – 10/26/2017 All of the flu vaccine we stock is in single-dose, preservative-free prefilled syringes. There is no “Flumist” option this … Continue reading
It’s the 21st century, and many of us prefer to get texts rather than automated phone calls to remind us of doctor appointments. Fortunately, there’s a really easy way to stop all phone calls and get all reminders as texts! … Continue reading
You can now upload a picture of your child in the “My Profile” section of the Patient Portal! This will show up in our schedule and in their chart, and make it easier for our nurses to find them in … Continue reading
We have power and are open at both offices today! Stay safe driving – there are trees and power lines down.
Our phones are working at both of our offices now – there was a power outage at a major Atlanta data center that affected the entire region. We are sorry for any inconvenience!