North Fulton and Alpharetta are home to amazing Pediatricians. AlpharettaMoms.Org has put together the following list which contains recommended pediatricians by local moms. If you would like to add your child’s doctor, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
North Point Pediatrics (Dr Cabrera, Dr Campbell, Dr Mueller) North Fulton Pediatrics was highly recommended by many local moms including myself. I have taken my boys to Dr. Cabrera for over 14 years and can’t say enough about how much we love everyone there. (Also recommended by Moms Nathalia and Kathy Feb 2017). (Picture is of Dr Cabrera with my now 12 1/2 year old, Brendan!) North Point Pediatrics is the sponsor of a race to raise money for children’s cancer charities. Jog for a Cause is a 5K race with a 1 mile fun run to help fight childhood cancer. The 5K is a Peachtree qualifer. Learn more at www.jogforacause.com
Centre Spring Md & Pediatrics Dr. Jamilet Alegria. full-service practice dedicated to providing the best pediatric integrative care. Board-certified, compassionate providers are conventionally-trained, but set apart because they diagnose and treat pediatric patients by pulling from conventional, integrative, holistic, functional and Chinese medicine to create the best customized treatment plans possible. 10220 Medlock Bridge Rd Johns Creek
Preston Ridge Pediatrics Dr. Papchak, Dr Rebecca Clements, Dr Penny Jr.
At Preston Ridge Pediatrics, the proper medical care of children and families comes first. Their entire team of pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and administrative staff is dedicated to providing excellent pediatric care for infants, toddlers, children, and teens in the Alpharetta, Roswell, Milton, Johns Creek, and Crabapple neighborhoods of Fulton County.
Dr. Rebecca Clements graduated Summa Cum Laude with an undergraduate degree in Biology from Kennesaw State University. She received her medical doctorate degree and completed her pediatric residency at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. She is Board Certified in Pediatrics and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She specializes in newborn and infant care and maintains clinical interests in pediatric asthma and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
PAMPA (PAMPA Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine) Dr Morgan, Dr Hassel
PANA (Pediatric Associates of North Atlanta) Dr Lori Desoutter
Roswell Pediatrics Dr Melissa Eaton, Dr Burnham, Dr. Landis, Dr. Klopman Roswell Pediatrics has Alpharetta office. Kids Time Pediatrics for after hours appointments.
North Fulton Pediatrics Dr Clark, nurse Pat Musto, Dr Greenwald
Pediatric Physician PC Dr Roy Benaroch, Dr Jina Pediatric Insider is Dr. Benaroch’s blog with helpful information. “Along with Dr. Roy and Dr. Jina also recommended are Dr. Maryanne, and Dr.Stan. Amazing nurses and office staff too.Going on 10 years at this practice and have always been happy with the care my daughters receive,” Alpharetta Mom Robyn ( Feb 17)
Kids Time Pediatrics for after-hours appointments.
Georgetown Pediatrician at Old Milton (Alpharetta, Cumming, Johns Creek and Dunwoody locations). 770-475-2233
Dunwoody Pediatrics Have Alpharetta office. Use Kids Time for after hour appointments
Alpharetta Pediatrics “Dr. Bleekrode has 8 kids of her own- she is awesome, everyone there is super nice and they can certainly help you! 770-664-4430” From Alpharetta Mom Jen on 7/17/2015, Rebecca Feb ’17.
Roswell Pediatric Center Multiple locations
***After Hours ***Thanks to AlpharettaMoms.Org follower on Facebook, we learned that anyone can go to Kids Time Pediatrics for after hours appointments. You can keep your normal pediatrician and still use Kids Time Pediatrics. According to AMO reader, Kids Time is not considered an urgent care, but rather a normal pediatrics office. They offer pediatric services, NOT emergency care.
Dare 2 Care Pediatrics Dr. Madhuri is an amazing, patient and thorough pediatrician. The clinic opened up in September of 2016 and not only addresses the physical well-being of a child but the behavioral and emotional well-being of a child, (Alpharetta Moms reader Anita)