See answers for common questions regarding COVID here.


All of our doctors strongly recommend that all adults and children down to age 6 months be vaccinated and boosted against COVID. The best and fastest way to get a COVID vaccine for your child is from a community site. County Health Departments (Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Fulton, Gwinnett) or Viral Solutions, Covid Care GA, Test4Free, Walmart, Kroger, CVS, and Walgreens are all good options. We also have limited supplies of Pfizer COVID vaccine for children from 6 months through 11 years at our offices, by appointment only.


We have PCR-based COVID testing available with rapid results for our patients seen by appointment at our offices. If you or your child has suggestive symptoms, PLEASE STAY IN ISOLATION until you can verify that COVID testing is negative. We CANNOT test asymptomatic patients. We CANNOT test parents or other family members who are not our patients. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has a testing facility at their Satellite Blvd urgent care site (testing now done by CovidCareGA). For other testing options, click here, here, or here. For some indications, a home test may be appropriate.

The best way to contact us is via your child’s portal. Phone calls after 3:00 may be returned the next business day.

Masks are required AT ALL TIMES while inside either of our offices for children school-age and above and all adults.


After Hours Backup Line: 770-928-5214‬

Pediatric Physicians, PC is a friendly and welcoming medical practice for your children. Our two offices in Alpharetta and Roswell are staffed by devoted, board-certified pediatricians, practicing the best state-of-the-art pediatric care from newborns to teens, including a 100% commitment to keep your children up to date on vaccines.

We’re easy to reach by telephone – no annoying phone tree – and there’s plenty of free parking right at the doors of both offices.

We’re here when you need us, and we’re here to help!

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